Patola cloth, a double ikatwoven suit are very exclusive designer handwoven suits, usually made from silk,made in Western India. The word patola is the plural form; the singular is patolu.They are very expensive, once worn only by royalty and the aristocracy. It has a royal history. The kings and queens used to dress in patola silk on special occasions. Patola Ikat suits are the symbols of purity, dignity and royalty. They are made of pure Mulberry Silk.Mulberry silk is the highest quality silk available for purchase and is more refined than other types of silk. Products made from 100% Mulberry silk are among the most durable and most luxurious silk goods.
One of the unique benefits of Mulberry Silk is that it is 100% natural, odorless and hypoallergenic. Mulberry silk contains a natural protein called sercine that reduces the possibility of an allergic reaction.
Handwoven Pure Patola Ikat dress materials with “Silk Mark” make the perfect party wear attire for any best occasions. Finest Silk Handwoven artistically into the lustrous fabric, these make the most authentic signatures in the best attires. These materials are double-ikat handwoven perfectly into lustrous, durable and perfect fabric. The fabric is first dyed and then woven into intrinsic designs. This is the speciality of Patola Ikat.Since they come with a Silk Mark, there is no minute hesitation in the purity and quality of the fabric. Mulberry silkis valued for its rich texture andPatola for its richness, royalty and durability. Ikat is a dyeing technique used to pattern textiles that employs a resist dyeing process on the fibres, prior to dyeing and weaving. Ikat fabrics are the oldest known patterned textiles in the world.
Patola-weaving is a closely guarded family tradition. There are three families in Patan that weave these highly prized doubleikat saris. It can take six months to one year to make one sari. The technique of dying the warp and weft before weaving is called double ikat. The bundles of thread are strategically knotted before dyeing.
1. Dry cleaning is the safest option for Patola Ikat Mulberry silk, Raw silk (or any other silk).
2. Dry cleaned silk should not be wrapped in plastic. Silks need to breathe.
Material & Care
Material : 100% pure handwoven Double-Ikat Mulberry Silk with “Silk Mark”.
The dress is a three piece salwar dress material with top 2.75 meters, salwar 2.25 meters and dupatta 2.5 meters.
Top, Salwar and Duppatta – Pure Handloom Double-Ikat Mulberry Silk.
Fabric Purity - 100% Pure Handloom Mulberry Silk
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