Jwala Golden Wine

SKU: USS031

Rs. 12,000

Gopalpur Tussar has flourished since 16th century AD in quaint village of Gopalpur in Jajpur district when Sri Chaitanya (propagator of Bhakti Movement) with devotees (some were weavers) visited Odisha. Good quality katia yarns for this are procured from Mankidia of Balasore & also from Nuapatna district.
Home prepared yarn is used in this wherein the Tussar silk cocoons are separated by specialized female artisans by using their own thighs for reeling, which comes out of really good quality. Some others like ghicha tussar yarn are produced from the wastes, which are coarse quality. Weaving done in a fly shuttle frame loom having auto take up motion and dobby attachment. The use of Brahmani river water for degumming imparts lustre and shine to tussar silk produced in this cluster, and give special 'Geographical Indication' status to it. The cluster produces many products: Saree, Stole, dress materials, bedsheet, mats, cushion cover etc.The Golden Tussar colour with wine maroon tussar combo imparts elegance to the wearer. The big temples are called ‘jwala design’ by the local weavers here.This saree is an all body kumbha (temples) saree. This Gopalpur Tussar Ghicha saree is a special and contemporary take on tussar sarees. This is made from finest tussar silk, feels smooth and falls wonderfully on the body. The multicolor temple ikat anchal also imparts a never-seen-before beauty and uniqueness to this soft, fine and smoothest tussar silk saree!

Gopalpur Tussar has flourished since 16th century AD in quaint village of Gopalpur in Jajpur district when Sri Chaitanya (propagator of Bhakti Movement) with devotees (some were weavers) visited Odisha. Good quality katia yarns for this are procured from Mankidia of Balasore & also from Nuapatna district.
Home prepared yarn is used in this wherein the Tussar silk cocoons are separated by specialized female artisans by using their own thighs for reeling, which comes out of really good quality. Some others like ghicha tussar yarn are produced from the wastes, which are coarse quality. Weaving done in a fly shuttle frame loom having auto take up motion and dobby attachment. The use of Brahmani river water for degumming imparts lustre and shine to tussar silk produced in this cluster, and give special 'Geographical Indication' status to it. The cluster produces many products: Saree, Stole, dress materials, bedsheet, mats, cushion cover etc.The Golden Tussar colour with wine maroon tussar combo imparts elegance to the wearer. The big temples are called ‘jwala design’ by the local weavers here.This saree is an all body kumbha (temples) saree. This Gopalpur Tussar Ghicha saree is a special and contemporary take on tussar sarees. This is made from finest tussar silk, feels smooth and falls wonderfully on the body. The multicolor temple ikat anchal also imparts a never-seen-before beauty and uniqueness to this soft, fine and smoothest tussar silk saree!

Saree Length: 6.3 Metres, Width: 47 Inches, Weight: 462 Gms, Blouse Piece: Included, Material: Soft Finest Tussar Silk
(1) The colors of the actual product may look slightly different due to different screens used for viewing the digital photography captured. Our endeavor has been to present the true shades of the products as far as possible. (2) There may be loose threads on the backside of pallu of saree, which is a mark of true handwoven and handloom saree. (3) The slight irregularities in the body/anchal/border of saree are to be celebrated as a mark of true handloom products. (4) Wash Care: We advise dry cleaning for the silk sarees and handwashing separately in cold water alongwith drying in shade for our cotton products. Iron Care: Light iron to be used. For pattachitra handpainted items, please iron only on backside. Otherwise use a cotton cloth on top of the painted parts while ironing.

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