Meet the finest and softest cashmere (pashmina) from Kashmir. At a whopping 4 oz., it's a perfect travel companion that easily fits into a purse or a pocket. Accented with a subtle zari (metallic thread) band, its clean design makes it a versatile every-occasion accessory. Hand-woven in a traditional loom in the state of Kashmir by families that have been practicing the craft for generations.
TECHNIQUE: PASHMINA HAND-WEAVE
The tale of this heirloom scarf begins in foothills of the Himalayas. Literally translated, pashmina means “soft gold” and we think Kashmiri pashmina, which accounts for less than 0.1% of all cashmere products globally, is the softest form of cashmere you will touch. Pashmina threads are so fine that they are individually hand-spun in a traditional loom. The threads are then separately hand-dyed in different colors, and hand-woven in a loom in the state of Kashmir by families that have been practicing the craft for generations.
- 100% cashmere
- 77 x 28 in.
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Bloom and Give Heirloom Cashmere Scarf in Natural
Across the backwaters of Kerala and the colorful palaces of Jaipur; from the Ganges riverbanks of Bengal and the misty mountaintops of Nagaland to the snow-capped Himalayas, we travel the length and breadth of India to discover awe-inspiring traditions of textile artistry. These artforms have been perfected over thousands of years! We are convinced that not only are these traditions worth preserving, but that they are still highly relevant today.