Festive Vibes on No Zari Korvai Kanchivaram - gorgeous yellow and blue with yali and kili woven borders
No Zari | Korvai | Handwoven
Market if flooded with Zari woven Kanchivarams, they are easy to find everywhere, These type of No Zari Korvai Kanchivaram are rare find and difficult get elsewhere. Simple korvai Kanchivaram is difficult to make nowadays. These type of silk threads work borders and pallu Kanchivarams are most difficult to manufacture. And very few weavers are there to make these type of Resham/no zari/thread woven Kanchivarams. All these sarees are 4 ply silk with double side kai Korvai borders and pettni pallu.
- Material : Pure Silk Korvai Kanchivaram
- Weight : 0.70 Kg - 0.80Kg
Length : 5.5 m saree + 0.7 m blouse
Width : 48 Inches
Wash Care : Dry wash
All Sarees are ready Stock and will be dispatched within 2 business days.
The Sari comes with contrast blouse. Shown in last pic of this post.
We Ship Worldwide.
We take at most care to bring the perfect colour of the sari. The colour may slightly varies due to Variation in Color Reproduction in cameras and screen, due to device temperature.
Story of Korvai Kanchivaram
Korvai is a unique and ancient weaving technique where the borders and body are woven separately with separate shuttles simultaneously with two weavers. The korvai weave is in verge of extinction because of the labor and the time taken to complete one saree. Yess !!! when compared to a normal Kanchivaram saree the korvai Kanchivaram take lot of time to complete one saree. And only skilled labor with a good experience in this field only can weave this korvai sarees. These korvai on our authentic Kanchivaram with our traditional gaatharama ( with good weight silk construction ) like our grandmothers Kanchivaram is rare to find nowadays. After 10-20 years even if we pay 50,000 rupees also we cannot able to make these type of authentic korvai Kanchivaram. As because only 60 - 70 + years old people are doing this wonderful. After them no one are ( young generation ) ready to do this job as all went to the IT sectors or moved to other fancy jobs. This is the reality of this Korvai Story.