Mandi

Silk Route series Uppada I pure silk fabric

Rs. 1,200.00
  • Silk Route series Uppada I pure silk fabric

Mandi

Silk Route series Uppada I pure silk fabric

Rs. 1,200.00

Uppada Silk is a Jamdhani style of weaving, woven in Uppada of East Godhavari district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.

Jamdani style of weaving originated in Bangladesh. In 18th Century, It was brought to  the south and in the Uppada village of Andhra Pradesh.  The Jamdani style weaving is as old as 300 years. In 1972, Uppada weavers were recognized by Govt. of India with President's award. 

Weavers use pure lace (silver zari often dipped in melted gold) and also finest silk from the Bengaluru area.

  • Order starts with minimum 1 meter.
  • 54 inch width.
  • Dry clean only.
  • There may be subtle differences in color and motif between the image displayed and actual piece.
  • Pinkish brown with woven embroidery.
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Uppada Silk is a Jamdhani style of weaving, woven in Uppada of East Godhavari district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.

Jamdani style of weaving originated in Bangladesh. In 18th Century, It was brought to  the south and in the Uppada village of Andhra Pradesh.  The Jamdani style weaving is as old as 300 years. In 1972, Uppada weavers were recognized by Govt. of India with President's award. 

Weavers use pure lace (silver zari often dipped in melted gold) and also finest silk from the Bengaluru area.

  • Order starts with minimum 1 meter.
  • 54 inch width.
  • Dry clean only.
  • There may be subtle differences in color and motif between the image displayed and actual piece.
  • Pinkish brown with woven embroidery.