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Garment description

Pashmina Art is the curation of the finest Cashmere from the region of Ladakh into diverse styles of Cashmere Scarves, Cashmere Wraps, and Pashmina Shawls. The tufts of Cashmere wool leave the Ladakh region to reach the valley of Kashmir. The tufts are packed in small packets. Therefore, the Cashmere wool is cleaned, soaked, and dried in the sunlight to get the dirt, and grime of any sort apart.

Product Specifications
Product SKU
Generic Category
Kashmir Handloom
Fabric Type
Dye Type
Natural Dye
Special Features
Hand Woven
Product Speciality / Cultural Values
When a Persian saint was traveling across the globe, the journey of craft started. Mir Syed Ali Hamdani was a sage from the Middle East. The footprints of a saint Mir Syed Ali Hamdani from the middle east came to Kashmir with 700 craftsmen to adorn the beauty of the valley and to spread the holy message. He rested his feet in the region of Changhthanghi Ladakh. Thus, the saint landed its appearance in the Changhthangi Mountain in Ladakh. While perceiving nature, he locked his eyes on the Goat of marvelous wool. Awestruck with the softness and fineness of the wool, he made socks out of it and gifted them to the Sultan Zain-ul-Abideen of Kashmir Valley.
Product Certification
Handloom Mark
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Cod is not available. This product has been made by hand and may have slight irregularities in motif due to natural outcome of the human involvement in the process. Due to the time required in creating Handloom Products and other handmade Suits and Sarees will take 10-15 days to deliver and in some cases it can take more days to deliver. The rest of the products are delivered with a timeframe of a week. The product color can be slightly different from what’s shown above, due to the photogenic effect.

Washing Instructions

1. Hand-washing is better than dry-cleaning. 2. Wash gently with warm water and pure soap. 3. Blot dry without twisting. 4. Use a moderately warm iron with a cover sheet. 5. Hanging your pash unbunched will get rid of most wrinkles.

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Deni Bobade - 01 June 2023

These handloom products are excellent.

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