Cashmere pashmina Fawn

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DESCRIPTION

Handcrafted by artisans from the himalayan region, This scarf is handwoven in a herringbone pattern in light fawn and grey. 

Pashmina is a finer variety of cashmere and is famously known for its delicate finesse, lightweight nature and incredible warmth. Made from the undercoat of the 'changthangi' goat, indigenous to the high altitude himalayas, the processing of pashmina involves a lot of labour, in sorting, spinning, weaving and dyeing, all done manually and then hand spun and handwoven.

 Dimensions - Length 62 inches , width 28 inches

 MATERIAL -  100% pure cashmere pashmina wool

 CRAFT - Handwoven technique, Each Benaras scarf is made by hand,Subtle variations in design and colour may occur due to handcrafted technique. No two pieces are identical making yours one-of-a-kind. 

 Note - The 'Handloom Mark' is a symbol of the rich legacy and tradition of Indian Handloom textiles. It is the Government of India's initiative to provide a collective identity to the handloom products in India and can be used not only for popularizing the hand woven products but can also serve as a guarantee for the buyer that the product being purchased is genuinely hand woven from India.