The design is inspired by the 17th-century archetypes. The mughal-inspired floral buteh are arranged neatly on both ends of this shawl.
The famous Kashmir shawls that were at the height of fashion in the late 18th and 19th centuries were woven in a fine twill tapestry technique called Kani. The technique gets its name from the small eyeless bobbin called Kan, used to weave the design into fabric. This exquisite technique survives today only in the Kashmir valley.
Style: Hand Woven Kani Palledar Pashmina Shawl
Composition: 100% Pashmina
Size: 115 x 230 cms or 45 x 90 inches
Care and Maintenance: Dry clean only. Warm iron.
The ends are finished in a hand-combed natural fringe.
Each piece bears the Kashmir Loom Signature in Farsi language, embroidered in the corner, a mark of our quality.
Packaging: Each piece is tissue wrapped and packaged in a natural muslin envelope bag with a button loop closure with a postcard detailing the individual product make.
Handmade in India.
Slight variations in each handmade piece are not imperfections but add to their individual charm!
Colors may vary slightly due to lighting conditions.