GI Certified Pear Green Solid Cashmere Pashmina Stole
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- Fabric :Cashmere Pashmina
- Color :Green
- Size :70*200 cm approx
- Care :Dry Clean Only
- Type :Hand Spun Hand woven
- KBCODE: KB6791
- Time To Make : 15-20 Days
- Availability: Ships Internationally
- COD: Available For this Product
- Brand: NAAR
Fads come and go by, but a Cashmere Cashmere Pashmina handmade with utmost skill and precision has remained a statement of flamboyance and class for the elite for centuries altogether. The wrap preserves the tradition of hand spinning and weaving downy Pashm fibres into warps and wefts of a stole and adds a timeless luxury through its solid style. The wrap has a natural green tone and can be tied into a French Knot or draped across your shoulders for a subtle warmth to transpire. The Cashmere Pashmina stole is GI Certified and bears the seal of authenticity which authenticates the elaborate process by which it was hand spun and hand woven by a group of skilled Kashmiri craftsmen. Drape on a cold winter day and set an exclusive statement of style forever. NOTE: The color of the product may slightly vary due to photographic effects.
NAAR, a representation of fire, is a luxury lifestyle brand by Kashmir Box which inculcates traditional embroideries and designs into modish luxury vogue. Naar features sophisticated apparel and accents best suited for the passionate. Contemporary styles from Kashmir, is what NAAR is all about.
Kashmiri Pashmina has been registered under the Geographical Indications (G.I) of Good Act of India. The registration is an acknowledgement of the fact that the handicraft is unique and is produced in a particular area with traditional knowledge and skills. A G.I Certified Pashmina has a unique code, which can be searched on www.kashmirpashmina.secure-ga.com to verify authenticity. Specifications for a Kashmiri Pashmina to qualify for GI seal are: 1. It should be made of 100% Pashmina Fiber having fineness of below 16 microns and obtained from the under fleece of mountain goat "Capra Hiracus" 2. Hand spun on traditional wheel (Charkha) 3. Hand Woven by artisans traditionally and skillful developed unique handloom specific to it.