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Heirloom Worthy Pashmina Shawls By Weaver Story

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India was proudly known as ‘sone ki chidiyaan’ at one point in history, and every empire wanted a piece of this glorious and rich land. India was and still is known for its fine and precise artistry that leaves everyone in awe. We are proud to be a part of the land where thriving handlooms ofKanjivaram Saree , Patola Sarees and Banarasi Sarees live. A land where golden threads are spun by hands into the luxurious fabric. A land where the Pashmina thrives, a legendary and heirloom-worthy craft that adds beauty, glamour and elegance to our winters. Pashmina Shawls are easily known for the luxury they provide; everyone understands the importance of owning a piece like Pashmina. Weaver Story, too, understands the importance of Pashmina and therefore houses a collection of exquisite pieces which promise to enrich our wardrobes to the next level. They have an exquisite collection which consists of beautiful pieces. But before we get to that, let’s discuss everything there is to know about Pashmina.

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The history ofpashmina shawls goes back to the Mughal dynasty, where Babur would honour members of his court with exquisite robes. These robes would often be made of Pashmina. Pashmina Shawls have always been an intricate part of Indian culture. In fact, daughters coming from rich families in Pakistan, India and Nepal often have pashmina shawls as a part of their bridal trousseau. A pashmina shawl is also seen as a great gifting option owing to the rich and intricate craft of making one. The Pashmina has created an indelible mark all over the world. Empress Josephine, the wife of Napolean Bonaparte, used the Pashmina and gave it global exposure. The pashmina shawls come with a variety of embroideries like Kalamkari, Sozni and Jamawar. Each of these techniques is beautiful and truly brings out the beauty of Pashmina. Not just shawls, in earlier days, even gowns, coats and turbans were made of pashmina wool. 

Creation of a Pashmina Shawl

The pashmina wool is produced by people from the Changpa tribe; they collect the pashmina wool from goats which is then sent to Kashmir for various procedures like combing and spinning. Weaving is carried out by a highly specialized group of artisans. It is said that it takes over 180 hours to produce a single pashmina shawl. A craft like this deserves to be recognized and promoted for it to thrive in the coming decades. 

Here are some of the best pieces of pashmina shawls at Weaver Story that are each a piece of art. Each of these pieces also showcases intricate embroidery that simply elevates the luxury of the shawl.

1.Yellow Handwoven Pure Pashmina Shawl with Kalamkari and Sozni Work:

A piece that will take your outfit to the next level, this exquisite Pashmina Shawl has delicate embroidery woven all over it. Its whipped yellow base gives a creamy look and promises to go well with everything. The Sozni Kari technique and Kalamkari work lifts the delicate nature of the shawl. This shawl can be gently draped around our shoulders, perhaps over a luxurious and vibrant Kanjivaram Saree or Banarasi Saree

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https://www.weaverstory.com/products/yellow-handwoven-pashmina-shawl-with-kalamkari-and-sozni-work

2. Handwoven Pure Pashmina Shawl with Paper Mache Work:

We can try, but this piece can simply not be ignored. This shawl is a unique piece because of the paper mache work done on the base of the shawl. After the base, a delicate yet expert Resham baharan needle work is done all over the luxurious Pashmina. This piece can easily spruce even the simplest of outfits. You can wear a simple muslin saree and drape the saree all over. The grey color is regal and will set you apart from the rest of the crowd. Store the Pashmina with care after the event. 

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https://www.weaverstory.com/products/handwoven-pashmina-shawl-with-embroidery-and-paper-mache-work

3. Handwoven Pure Pashmina Jamawar Shawl in Olive Color with Sozni Work :-

The Jamawar work is adored across the globe and for a good reason. At Weaver Story, we bring you this exquisite piece that will set you apart from the crowd. The shawl is worthy of passing down to posterity and should therefore be kept with all the care in the world. The gorgeous olive shade will lift up any outfit. With the winter wedding season upon us, it is classic pieces like these, that will help us look beautiful. Simply drape this authentic piece of craftsmanship around your shoulders and enjoy the event. The shawl can be paired with various colors, and its distinct olive color will help you look unique. 

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https://www.weaverstory.com/products/handwoven-pure-pashmina-in-olive-color-with-sozni-work

4. Cream Pure Pashmina Shawl with Multicolor Bharan Embroidery :-

Last but not least, this pure pashmina shawl is the perfect canvas for the elegant art of Bharan Embroidery. This shawl has taken over nine months and maintains the highest standards of authenticity. This shawl can be paired with rich peacock colors, sunlight and mango shades of yellow, emerald greens and vermillion reds. We all know of the winter season to be chilly, gloomy and boring, but its this beautiful pashmina shawl that can bring even the bluest moods to sheer joy. Drape this around your arms or your shoulders and bask in its warmth. 

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https://www.weaverstory.com/products/cream-pure-pashmina-shawl-with-multicolor-bharan-embroidery

While these four options are exquisite but Weaver Story has an entire collection of fine pashmina shawls. Each of these shawls is created by talented artisans and weavers. We can simply feel the painstaking efforts and patience that go into creating every single piece. It is magnificent to see simple wool get converted into something so magnificent. A sustainable piece such as this can really add class to our current collection. 

Author: Uma Shekhawat