Category Archives: cashmere and pashmina

posts under this category, showcase the making process of cashmere and pashmina scarves. Also we highlight some lesser known facts about their looks, touch and other aspects.

Emerald Scarves for Women

Emerald – the name is derived from the Greek World ‘smaragdus’ or ‘smaragdos’ meaning green! The beautiful emerald ranges from yellow green to blue green.  Whereas the color green itself symbolizes growth, life, renewal, regeneration, the touch of  blue lends … Continue reading

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Embroidery on Pashmina Shawls

The fine  pashmina shawls have been adorned with hand embroideries since long.  Ever since the 17th to 18th centuries to date, the motifs used in embroideries have not changed too much.  As pashmina shawls are a true classic by themselves, … Continue reading

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Gift is……….…… Love and Care Wrapped!

Enjoy Gifting, for the joy of Giving is more than the joy of Receiving! Buying  gifts is  an art, which some people become good at and while others end up buying most expensive and least appreciated items. Giving gifts whether … Continue reading

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The magic of cashmere ‘kani’ shawl!

On our recent sourcing trip to Kashmir, we capture in this video the mesmerizing art of weaving the beautiful and awesome art of ‘kani’ on a cashmere shawl. This tradition of weaving floral motifs on bobbins has been preserved over … Continue reading

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Myths and Stories surrounding Cashmere/Pashmina Shawls

In an anonymous text of 1875, it is written that “the transparent veil worn by the Mona Lisa is in reality on of those earlier Kashmeer fabrics that could be drawn through a lady’s ring as a test of its … Continue reading

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