Angela Jey provides 100% authentic pashmina shawls, scarves, and wraps. Kashmiri pashmina scarf weaving is made by using the centuries-old processes and techniques by the Kashmiri artisans. The weaver is often called Wovur in Kashmir and the process of making Kashmiri cashmere shawl, scarf, and stole is called Wonun. Pashmina goats are called “Changthangi”, live at an altitude of approx 4000 meters above sea level. Shop pure pashmina with confidence!!
Ombre Pashmina Shawl - Mustard Olive
Ombre Pashmina Shawl - Mustard & Moss Green
Ombre Pashmina Shawl - Green Red & Blue
Ombre Pashmina Shawl - Grape Purple
Ombre Pashmina Shawl - Burned Orange
Ombre Pashmina Shawl - Blue & Red
Ombre Pashmina Shawl - Blue & Grey
Ombre Pashmina Shawl - Blue & Brown
Mustard Herringbone Cashmere Blanket (Made to Order)
Metallic Zari Reversible Pashmina Stole - Natural
Metallic Reversible Pashmina Stole - Grass Green
Metallic Reversible Pashmina Stole - Black and Silver
Metallic Pashmina Shawls - Emerald
Metallic Dorukha Pashmina Stole - Maroon Gold
Metallic Dorukha Pashmina Stole - Coral and Gold
Metallic (Zari) Pashmina Stole - Spinel Grey
Maroon & Gray Herringbone Cashmere Blanket (Made to Order)
Lilac Herringbone Weave Baby Cashmere Blanket ( Made to Order )
Light Grey & Pink Herringbone Cashmere Blanket (Made to Order)
Light Green Herringbone Baby Cashmere Blanket (Made to Order)
Lemon Yellow Herringbone Cashmere Blanket (Made to Order)
Lace Twill Pashmina Scarf Two Sides Flower- Magenta
Lace Twill Pashmina Scarf Two Sides Flower - Midnight Blue
Lace Twill Pashmina Scarf Two Sides Flower - Black
Angela Jey specializes in the finest textiles and hand embroideries. All of our pashmina scarves, shawls and wraps are handwoven and hand embroidered. 100% original cashmere (pashmina) from Kashmir, with great attention paid to workmanship and quality. In the early 15th century, the art of weaving pashmina and hand embroidery travelled from Persia to the Northern part of India, later flourished in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The meticulous standard by the Kashmiri artisans is famous in the world. Their embroidery patterns are intricate, elegant in style and rich in colour. It can take up to years to finish some full and meticulous designs, main patterns on the Kashmiri embroidered cashmere scarf are flowers, chinar leaves, cypress cones, lotus, and paisley. Stole size 70x200cm.Check for the below size guide when buying Pashmina scarves and shawls online
An authentic Kashmiri pashmina is light, soft yet very warm. Making a Pashmina scarf is a state of art production, craftsmanship has been lasted for centuries by the most skilful Kashmiri artisans. Angela Jey is proud to offer you 100% authentic pashmina scarves from Kashmir and ship them to the world. Our women’s cashmere scarves are remarkably soft, light and comfortable. Scarf size is 50x200cm, it is also a perfect size for men.
Angela Jey is proud to bring you 100% authentic Pashminas stoles from Kashmir and ship them to the world. Cashmere wool is from the wool sheared off from Himalayan mountain goats Chyangra (Capra Hircus). Kashmiri pashmina making is the major source of income for many Kashmiri families, every purchase you make is to support the Kashmiri artisans and keep this art sustainable. An authentic Kashmiri pashmina is a must-have in every sophisticated, elegant women’s wardrobe. Stole size 70x200cm, perfect size for every day and night use.
Pashmina is the finest and most trendy fashion fabric known as soft gold. Kashmiri Pashmina wool is the softest, most luxurious and the best pashmina wool in the world, it is probably the highest grade of cashmere wool. Combining the elegance of pashmina and the warmth it provides, a pashmina shawl is a perfect choice to go with your evening dress. Angela Jey’s Pashmina shawls are light in weight, warm and with luxurious details, they keep you warm from the sleeveless evening gown in air-conditioned rooms or chilly evenings. Shawl size 100x200cm, it is an excellent alternative choice to a light jacket.
Shop new and trending authentic pashmina scarves, shawls and wraps with confidence.
If you are buying Pashmina from a shop, make sure that it is soft, the texture is uneven, and doesn’t generate static electricity. In case, you are buying Pashmina online, then make sure the website is authentic enough by checking the reviews and feedback. In both cases, never forget to check the label as the original Pashmina always carries a label with specifications.
The collection of Pashmina wool is really full of struggle as the artisans have to collect the naturally shredded wools of the goats residing in the high altitude of the Himalayan mountains. The whole process of spinning and weaving is completely handmade without the help of any technology. These limited edition shawls take several months to finish single piece.
Pashmina wool is collected by the hand, combing out the under fleece from the Changthangi Goats. They can only survive in the grass in Ladakh areas where the temperature is as low as minus 20 °C & grow a thick, warm undercoat which is the source of Kashmir Pashmina wool.
Making the original Pashmina shawl is a time taking and painstaking work. From the spinning of the wool to weaving the shawl, every step is done by hand. It takes months to years to complete a single piece of Kashmir Pashmina.
Yes! Pashmina scarves are something classy and a truly borderless, elegant fashion accessory. The stunning skills of these magical artists result in the lavishing pashmina shawls. Pashmina scarves are always in fashion and considered a treasure to the owners.
Pashmina fiber is the finest and the rarest fabric in the world which is known for its exclusivity and warmth. The fabric works as an insulator and prevents the chilly wind to touch the skin. Moreover, it keeps you warm without much weightage on your body.