Gorgeous Pal kalam Cream Pistachio Hand Embroidered Cashmere Pashmina Shawl Scarf Wrap Stole

$422.00
$422.00
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Description

• Handmade item
• Hand Embroidered
• Colour: Cream Pistachio
• Materials: Cashmere Pashmina 100%
• Dimensions 28x76”inches
• Delivers worldwide from London UK
• Made in Kashmir

An original cashmere handwoven pashmina, using hand-spun thread and embroidered by hand. This is the work of the finest artisans of Kashmir. This elegant, warm, soft shawl will be your best friend on a cold day and will enhance any outfit, smart or casual.

This product is soft to the touch, very lightweight and extremely warm. The wool comes from the soft downy undercoat of the Himalayan goats, necessary to keep them warm during the winters of the Ladakh Himalayan Mountains where temperatures are often 45 degrees below zero.

The best wool comes from goats wintering above 3000 feet. In the spring, the goats shed their undercoat, which means this is a natural process and the nomads of the Himalayan region collect this undercoat by combing the goats. The wool is then spun, skilfully woven and embroidered – all by hand.

All pictures are of the original items in standard lighting. Colours as seen in the picture. Feel free to contact us with any questions.

Care and Instructions
Dry cleaning is recommended

Tab title

• Handmade item
• Hand Embroidered
• Colour: Cream Pistachio
• Materials: Cashmere Pashmina 100%
• Dimensions 28x76”inches
• Delivers worldwide from London UK
• Made in Kashmir

An original cashmere handwoven pashmina, using hand-spun thread and embroidered by hand. This is the work of the finest artisans of Kashmir. This elegant, warm, soft shawl will be your best friend on a cold day and will enhance any outfit, smart or casual.

This product is soft to the touch, very lightweight and extremely warm. The wool comes from the soft downy undercoat of the Himalayan goats, necessary to keep them warm during the winters of the Ladakh Himalayan Mountains where temperatures are often 45 degrees below zero.

The best wool comes from goats wintering above 3000 feet. In the spring, the goats shed their undercoat, which means this is a natural process and the nomads of the Himalayan region collect this undercoat by combing the goats. The wool is then spun, skilfully woven and embroidered – all by hand.

All pictures are of the original items in standard lighting. Colours as seen in the picture. Feel free to contact us with any questions.

Care and Instructions
Dry cleaning is recommended