the world's most precious fiber, also known as the diamond of fibers, from the
peak of the Himalayas. The pashmina
shawls, stoles and scarves, the ultimate and
new fashion of millennium, are
eco-friendly and environmentally sustainable products.
pashmina/silk shawls, stoles and scarves are woven by experienced and skilled
artisans by hand loom with warp of fine silk yarns of count no.1/40 and 2/10 and
weft of superior quality pashmina cashmere yarns of count 28 perfecting the
age-old art of shawl making
inherited from generation to generation. We also produce these shawls and
scarves in 100% pashmina with warp and weft of pashmina yarns of count no.28.
products have characteristics of its own attached to the Nature and superiority
in quality and durability as well, being wrinkle
free, incredibly soft and smooth to keep warmer in all kinds of weather.
and uniqueness are due to different outlook and gentle caress that only the
wearer can feel and experience the true beauty of this shawls. In recent years,
pashmina, regarded as the ultimate in luxury, was used by only the royalty and
very wealthy, being too much expensive for one goat produces only 80-100 grams
of this ultra fine hair (less than
1/6 the width of a human hair) each year.
those who love to experience something different, sensual and unusual in fashion
statement from the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal, these fabrics
cultivate a strange exciting and pleasurable feeling and inculcate the
love for the touch of fabrics itself, for these products are lighter as feather
and softer as the breeze that will keep the wearer warmer to protect in all
kinds of weather in spring, summer and fall.
everyone can enjoy this shawls, produced in combination of 70% cashmere pashmina
and 30% silk in single ply and double ply and 100% pure pashmina shawls of first
class quality as shawls, half shawls, stoles, scarves, blankets, baby blankets
and bed throws.
products are dyed individually made
more attractive with use of more than 100 solid colors of light pastel dark
hand loomed and subjected to finishing completely by hands, small variation in
weaving, sizes and colors emphasize the genuineness and superiority.
pashmina is only 12-14 microns thick, while the cashmere is defined as any wool
of 19 microns thick and regarded as the lightest wool in the world.
will be offering new and distinctive products that embody the same quality
and exceptional workmanship as our pashmina products.