Kashmiri Pashmina denoted to the top-quality Cashmere wool and the textiles made from it. It took centuries of analysis and cultivation to raise this tripartitions practice of shawl making from a requisite to unique textile art.
Kashmir holds the pride of the only valley in the world to produce and weave the high-quality cashmere wool. Even, despite the convulsion, the art of making Pashmina shawls in Kashmir is completely exclusive and it is still exercised in an ancestral way by the local artisans.
When it comes to spruce up the textiles with the precious gold and silver thread, Zari or Metallic is seen to be the glorious tradition. It's a 3,000 years old technique which was brought to India from the Persian colonists and was traditionally used to weaving the baroque blooming and nature-influenced designs onto the designer Kaftans, saris, and turbans. In order to make a scarf, artisans use the small batches by a women-owned co-operative.
Initially, these scarves are made of the Pashmina cashmere wool knitted with the exquisite zari (metallic thread). Pashmina is superbly light and versatile and our goal is always to make a vibrant everyday scarf that assay this flair of conjoining metal and fabric through the way light subtly reflects off the zari layer in random shades.
The 100% Cashmere metallic Pashmina comes up in an elegant, delicate and luxury style. Also, it weighs only a few ounces, you can carry it anywhere without feeling weighted. The prominently mushy cashmere pashminas are ideal to cover up for any season. Moreover, the hand-looming gives the shawl its diacritic character.