Owning a Pashmina is an experience of royalty; it is the love and desire of every woman around the world. The art of weaving Pashmina is a trademark of Kashmir that has been passed on as a legacy from generations to generations. This superfine unspun wool is obtained from the domesticated Changthangi goats of Ladakh. The shawl shown on this page is woven out of a 100% pure Pashmina wool; its jet black color further enhances the grace and beauty of the garb and highlights every colored thread and design in their accurate forms. This shawl is woven by professional weavers from Kashmir in a satisfactory length with a heavily flourished floral hand embroidery.
The weaver has chosen for a combination of dull blue, pink and white colored threads, as their amalgamation on a black background accentuates the beauty of the design; leaving a thick edge from the two shorter sides, the entire field is densely covered with an intricate needle work of interconnected wines laden with small pink and white shaded flowers from all sides and comparatively larger in size flowers of different design are embroidered in-between at constant distances. While focussing on its charm, as you approach towards the edge, you will be amazed by the distinctively styled border of flowers and paisleys, woven alternatively.
The style, patterns and color of this shawl allows it to be used in multipurpose ways on every kind of attire. Its richness and elegance will make you shine like a star in any occasion, so grab this masterpiece before it’s too late!