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"Eye of the Nightingale" Pashmina Stole

"Eye of the Nightingale" Pashmina Stole

Regular price CHF 220.00
Regular price Sale price CHF 220.00
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Shipping: Free shipping to Switzerland, Liechtenstein & France.

For Europe, the US & Canada, free shipping on orders over CHF 250.

Delivery times: 2-5 days in Switzerland & France, 4-15 days elsewhere. All parcels are tracked.

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We are delivering our products from Geneva, Switzerland and Ferney-Voltaire, France.

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Product Weight

The stole is lightweight, only 100 g without packaging.


Soft, thin and delicate


Handspun yarn and hand weaved on traditional loom

Care Instructions

Hand wash in cold water using baby shampoo;
Do not tumble dry;
Do not wring dry;
Do not hang dry;
Lay flat to dry;
Dry cleaned using organic solvents.
Store in dry place, preferably in air tight plastic bag.

Care Guide

The diamond weave is an exquisite pattern known as "Chashme Bulbul" or the “an eye of a nightingale” in Kashmir. This classic stole is handwoven with 100% cashmere by skilled Kashmiri artisans using traditional looms in Srinagar, India. The stole is lightweight, soft and incredibly delicate and thin. It can be used as a wardrobe accessory, add warmth and style to formal wear or serve as a headscarf for protection from sun and wind as informal wear. The intricate weaving process of the diamond pattern has been mastered by Kashmiri artisans for hundreds of years, making this stole a timeless and luxurious piece.

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100% Cashmere

These beautiful diamond weave handmade stoles are made from 100% cashmere. The cashmere used in this scarf comes from Changthangi goat, which is native to the high plateaus of Kashmir.

The process of creating a handmade pashmina on a
traditional loom involves a great deal of skill and craftsmanship. The wool for this Pashmina is carefully handpicked from the Changthangi goats during their
molting season, which takes place in the spring. The wool is then washed and spun by hand to create dyed fine threads. This stole is hand-weaved on a traditional wooden loom.