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Khudrang Handwoven Ikat Pashmina Stole

₹ 10,640



  • Fabric :Pashmina
  • Weave Type :Machine Spun Hand Woven
  • Weight :100 grams
  • Color :Khudrang
  • Size :70 cm x 200 cm approx
  • Time to make :1 month
  • Care :Dry Clean only
  • Pattern :Ikat
  • KBCODE: KB6889
  • Time To Make : 20-30 Days
  • Availability: Ships Internationally
  • Brand: Daar
Its warm and plush Pashm was acquired from over 15000 feet in the mountains of Leh. Its pattern is the ikat pattern which takes days together to complete. When you tie it around, you realise that you are adorned with the art and craft of the rich Kashmiri culture, which traverses several steps to becoming a masterpiece. It starts with the Pashm being obtained and then being handwoven to achieve delicate and soft threads of Pashmina. But before spinning, it goes to the dyer, who dyes it into the Ikat pattern - a pattern where yarns are dyed partially before the actual dyeing and weaving of the fabric. The fabric hence produced has colourful and elaborate patterns which give a blurry look, due to the extreme difficulty and hardwork it takes on the part of the weaver, to weave the dyed yarn so that the pattern is perfectly placed in the fabric. Fall in love with this Kashmiri Pashmina stole, as it is not just a stole, it is an art treasure. NOTE: The actual color of the Pashmina may vary due to photographic effects.
Daar is a legacy is the art of Pashmina hand weaving, being passed down from genration to generation. The brand has evolved from conjuring traditional embroidered Pashmina wraps to contemporary stripes and checks. Their range includes a diversity of all Pashmina types - embroidered, Kani, Towel weaves and voguish tartans.
Pashmina! For over a thousand years the finest craftsmanship of Kashmir artisans’ hand spinning a masterpiece has been a token of sophistication of a different level. The word Pashmina is derived from the Persian word Pashm which refers to the luxury wool. A typical Pashmina begins its journey in the mountainous region of Ladakh, where the Chanthangi Goat resides. The Pashm fibres thus obtained are cleaned and combed and spun by hand with utmost skill and dedication. The threads so obtained are given to the weaver who weaves them into warps and wefts, one knot at a time and bind them into a plush wrap or a piece of luxury clothing.