Sobia (Shawl)

SKU: SUTAPAS87

Rs. 39,000

Only 1 Piece Left in Stock

Country of Origin: India

Her twinkling eyes seemed a little sad and her peaceful mind was full of thoughts. She said she was fine, but that sunny smile was just a little hidden. She needed love, he realized, from herself. He had already fallen for her, but now he wanted her to fall in love with herself again. 

He collected some sunlight and whiffed it onto her smile and on the way, borrowed some glitter from the stars and spread it across her eyes. He found colors to paint her when the world had left her grey. He did it all with the poetry he wrote for her!

This grey Pashmina shawl with beautiful detailing in multi-colours playing hide and seek is handwoven and hand-embroidered with love and joy. It is a piece of treasure that exudes a truly timeless appeal that is unique to a Pashmina.

 

Length: 79 Inches , Width: 40 Inches

Fabric: Hand Embroidered Hand Woven Pashmina

Wash Care: Gentle Hand Wash

 This Pashmina shawl is a piece of art that is beautifully hand-woven and hand-embroidered.
A Pashmina is synonymous with luxury. It is one of those rarities in the world that will make your heart fall for it at the first glance. The Pashmina is native to Kashmir and has been woven in this region for centuries. It is believed to have had Persian influences before that as the name ’Pasmina’ in Persina means “made from wool". Every step of crafting a Pashmina is unique and deserves to be celebrated. From collecting the wool from the goat in the moulting season to spinning, weaving and finishing the fabric, every step is carried out by expert craftsmen by hand and it is this mastery of craft that shines in the Pashmina like no other. Over 500 weavers and artisans work together, many as families, to bring this magic alive. It takes anywhere between 2 months and 9 months for 1 hand-embroidered Pashmina beauty to be made, depending on the intricacy of the designs, and the process of making it is truly art by itself.

The hand-embroidered design on this Pashmina, that is also known as Sozni embroidery, adds to the warmth and the timelessness, making it that much more gorgeous.

So, take this priceless art home today and celebrate beauty in its true sense with Pashmina!

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