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GI Off White Border Embroidered Cashmere Pashmina Shawl

Rs.76,500

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  • Material :Cashmrere Pashmina
  • Color :White
  • Size :100*200 cms approx
  • Weave :Hand Spun/Hand Woven
  • Care :Dry Clean Only
  • Embroidery :Sozni Kari
  • Pattern :Embroidered
  • KBCODE: KB5238
  • Estimated Arrival: Between 30+ Days in India
  • Availability: Ships Internationally
  • Brand: Yinder Pashmina Society
Every single piece of Pashmina crafted in the Valley of Kashmir narrates a long and interesting tale behind its making. And so does this one - off white, hand embroidered, and breathtakingly beautiful. Before it was handcrafted into a shawl, it began its journey as the underbelly hair of the Pashmina goat in Ladakh. It was from there that it graduated first into fibre spun by hand and then a shawl, woven by hand into warps and wefts. Finally, the shawl was handed over to the Sozni Kaar who embroidered it in all intricacy and skill to the tunes of his needle, as it paved way through the delicate fibre underneath. The border of the shawl thus displays an array of flowers, carefully complimenting the off white base lying underneath. The embroidered wrap thus created is sent to the Pashmina Testing Lab from where it qualifies as a GI Certified Pashmina. 
Yinder Pashmina Society is a group of artisans who come together to restore the art of Pashmina making to its original glory. Their signature Pashmina bears a seal of authenticity, the G.I mark which can be used to trace the artisan behind its making. The wraps created by the Yinder Group are hence a luxury to be cherished for a lifetime.
Every single piece of Pashmina crafted in the Valley of Kashmir narrates a long and interesting tale behind its making. And so does this one - off white, hand embroidered, and breathtakingly beautiful. Before it was handcrafted into a shawl, it began its journey as the underbelly hair of the Pashmina goat in Ladakh. It was from there that it graduated first into fibre spun by hand and then a shawl, woven by hand into warps and wefts. Finally, the shawl was handed over to the Sozni Kaar who embroidered it in all intricacy and skill to the tunes of his needle, as it paved way through the delicate fibre underneath. The border of the shawl thus displays an array of flowers, carefully complimenting the off white base lying underneath. The embroidered wrap thus created is sent to the Pashmina Testing Lab from where it qualifies as a GI Certified Pashmina. 
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