Maheshwari Silk & Resham Border

Maheshwari Silk is a heritage fabric woven from Mercerized Cotton and Chanderi yarns. It has an extremely fine texture and delicate weaving style. These sarees are characterised by a narrow coloured border embellished with zari, and small checks, narrow stripes, or solid colour in the body. The speciality of Maheshwari sarees is its reversible border.

RM189.00

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  • Colours: Mustard Yellow,  Gold
  • Tactic: Weft & Warp
  • Origins: Maheshwar
  • Texture: Soft
  • Blouse Piece: Yes. (Blouse showcased on the model is from our in-house wardrobe and has been used only for styling purposes.)
 

DISCLAIMER >>>>>>>>>>>>> The actual colour may vary slightly due to different screen calibrations. Since this product is handwoven, there might be slight irregularities and unevenness in the weave, pattern, or selvage. On that note, it's almost unbelievable that this piece is single-handedly woven to its seamless perfection, just for you.

Ready to ship Products: For Shipping within West Malaysia please allow 1 to 4 business days, shipping for East Malaysia please allow 2-5 business days for delivery, and for international delivery please allow 20-30 working days. However, please be advised that the delivery period may be earlier or exceed due to unforeseen external exclusions

We want you to be able to cherish your Mahaniya pieces for years to come. Below are some tips to keep your sarees shining.

  • All varieties of the Maheshwari saree should be dry cleaned for the first few times.
  • Subsequently, the cotton Maheshwari saree should be hand washed with cold water and a mild detergent.
  • Instead of wringing out the saree, gently squeezing the water out does the trick. This process should be repeated with cold water, again delicately squeezing out the excess.
  • Greasy stains can be removed by rinsing the spot with a little lime juice in cold water.
  • While drying the saree, it should be folded in half and put over the clothesline, and direct sunlight should be avoided.
  • Saree must be ironed on its reverse side. The best time to iron it is when it is still damp, with the heat set on medium to high.