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Pashmina Jaalidar Shawl with Embroidery

Pashmina Jaalidar Shawl with Embroidery

Regular price CHF 300.00
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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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Product Weight

The stole is lightweight, only 120 g without packaging.


Soft, light and warm


Handspun yarn, handmade on traditional loom with hand embroidery

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

Handwoven and hand-embroidered in Kashmir, this Pashmina shawl merges artisanal skill with luxurious material. Weighing 120 grams and sized at 101x203 cm, it's crafted from soft Cashmere wool. The shawl features a dusky brown base, richly adorned with vibrant, multicolored floral embroidery, and a meticulously hand-stitched border. Its symmetrical design reflects traditional Kashmiri craftsmanship, embodying the elegance and quality central to Laal's handmade shawls.

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100% Cashmere

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

Creating a handmade pashmina on a traditional loom involves great skill and craftsmanship. The cashmere for this Pashmina is carefully handpicked during their moulting season, which takes place in the spring. The cashmere is then washed and spun by hand to create dyed fine threads. This shawl is hand-weaved on a traditional wooden loom and embroidery was done by hand.