Pashmina is a symbol of love and desire of women all around the world; owning a Pashmina is an experience of luxury. This exclusive art of paradise enhances the beauty of the valley of Kashmir. The pure wool shawl shown on this page gains its wool from a special breed of Kashmiri goat found in high altitude regions of Himalayas. The black base enhances the colorful embroidery on the shawl having floral designs all decked-up in a closed weave style. Pashmina has been a traditional wear for centuries and was also worn by kings and queens thus counting for royalty. The precise weaving of embroidery on a Pashmina is an art that has been passed on from generation to generation.
This midnight black shawl is sozni embroidered in perfect skilful patterns containing stylized flower motifs created in satin stitch and are worked identically on both sides of the cloth, or sometimes in different colors. This shawl is hand embroidered in a multicolored stitch in light and dull primary and secondary colors which eventually get highlighted on the dark black background. Its design is interconnected creating a heavy floral sheet on the surface. This shawl is a perfect wear to be worn in upcoming and peak winters as its pure wool provides ample warmth to the wearer.