World’s most expensive sari worth $75,000 drapes as an exclusive piece of artwork


Although the sari has originated in India, this flowing work of art is favored worldwide for its grace and sensuousness! Hermes saris have wooed Indian women and a silk sari fitted with an iPod has enchanted all geeky divas. But when a sari has the ‘world’s most expensive’ tag attached to it, it will grab attention of everybody belonging to the world of fashion. Indian based The Chennai Silks has designed the world’s most expensive sari. Worth $75,000 (4 million INR), this sari is bejeweled with gold, diamond, emerald, ruby, platinum, silver, yellow sapphire, sapphire, cat’s eye, topaz, pearl and coral. However the highlight of the sari is that Ravi Varma paintings including the ‘Lady Musicians’ have been woven into it. Every intricate details like the curly hair of the female musician and the jewels they are wearing has been replicated in the painting. The border of the sari also flaunts 10 paintings by Ravi Verma.

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It has also set the record of being the world’s first sari to require 7,440 jacquard hooks to complete. Weighing about 18 pounds, the sari was completed in about seven months by 30 hand loom weavers.
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[Thechennaisilks and Ecouterre]