White Paper Mache Pashmina Gents Towel Shawl
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- Fabric :Cashmere Pashmina
- Color :White
- Size :100*200 cms approx
- Weave :Machine Spun,Hand Woven
- Care :Dry Clean Only
- Embroidery :Paper Sozni Kari
- KBCODE: KB6087
- Time To Make : 20-30 Days
- Availability: Ships Internationally
- Brand: Daar
A classic shawl made into the luxury of Kashmiri Pashmina is something everybody aspires to own. It is in the resplendence of this Pashmina that a shawl is hand woven for the gentlemen. The shawl begins its journey as a pure Pashm fibre which comes all the way from the mountain ranges of Ladakh and makes its way into the hands of a skilled craftsman in Kashmir Valley. This artisan weaves these fibres into warps and wefts, giving it the form of a shawl. A series of loops are then handpicked from this shawl which give it the look and feel of a towel. The towel weave hence crafted is warmer than the regular Pashmina and more comfortable to wear. This plain white shawl is then passed onto another Kaarigar (artisan) who embroiders its borders in the legendary Paper Mache embroidery, a specialized type of Sozni (needle work) which uses a thicker needle and bolder strokes to create embellishments which resemble the age old craft of Papier Mache. Perfect to wear on a chilly morning, let the luxury and comfort of this towel shawl envelope you in a warm embrace. NOTE: The actual color of the product may slightly differ 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.