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Art of Weaving

Once the luxurious cashmere fiber has been spun into a complete yarn, it passes on to the weaver. The art of weaving is the turning point in the sojourn of a Pashmina. It transforms the Cashmere yarn into the finest pashmina shawls, stoles, scarves, throws, and apparel the human eye has ever seen. A weaver carefully mounts the yarn over his traditional wooden handloom and starts weaving with a harmonious effort of his hand and foot. It takes anywhere from 3 days to 2 weeks to finish weaving one pashmina scarf, pashmina wrap or a pashmina shawl. There are several weaves that are done but the Chasm-e-Bulbul or the popularly known Diamond weave remains the signature weave which we at pashmina.com use for all our creations.

The Privée Collection

Signature Kanis and hand-embroidered Pashmina shawls, scarves, and wraps have left their mark amongst the elite ever since they were first made in the 14th century. The Kani is an elegy within Pashmina and is handcrafted out of little bobbins, each carrying a thread of different colors. While one set of artisans draws inspiration from the picturesque nature enveloping the valley and writes a Taalim for the shawl, another group reads this script like a Holy Book and weaves the luxury shawl accordingly. In a parallel world, Pashminas meet flamboyant hand embroideries such as Sozni Kari, Tilla Dozi, and Papier Mache, each of ornate the luxe shawl, sitting across its soft folds like a prized jewel.

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the epitome of Luxury Fashion

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Pashmina is the exquisite art of hand-weaving finest cashmere wool into luxurious pashmina shawls, scarves and accessories. The heavenly opulence and delicate texture of pashmina with rich hand embroideries or complex hand weaves have been an integral part of the Royal lifestyle since many centuries. Fairly referred to as the “Art of Royal”, Pashmina became a passion of Empress Josephine - the wife of Napoleon which made it a must-have luxury by all the royal families of the world

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