The rare, white of this breathtaking Patan Patola double Ikat silk saree enhances the beauty of the motifs in bright colours. The six motifs seen on this historic weave are kunjar (elephant), phul (flower), nar (human), tota (parrot), mor (peacock) and peid (tree). The border is a contrast red border has phul motifs and yellow lines. The red two way pallu also has flower motifs, and a zari kaddi strip on one of the pallus. Patola, a centuries old weave from Patan in Gujarat, involves a complex process of tie-dyeing. The result of precise mental calculations and vivid imagination, this beauty no blouse.