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Handmade Reversible Pashmina Stole

Handmade Reversible 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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Product Weight

These scarves weigh 100 g without packaging. These lightweight scarves are made with the finest fibres of Cashmere.


Lightweight, smooth, incredibly soft and warm


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

Since the 1860s, the reversible "dorukha" Pashmina stoles have been a beloved product of Kashmir. This double-sided stole, made from 100% cashmere, is light, soft, and exquisite. It is hand-woven on a traditional loom and is a popular choice for both men and women. The classic Pashmina is one of our best sellers, ideal for semi-casual occasions, city dressing, and winter days in the mountains.

Skilled artisans have hand-weaved; this stole in Srinagar, Kashmir, using traditional techniques passed down through generations. The weaving is done by hand, with each stole taking several weeks to complete. The result is a stole that is beautiful and of the highest quality.
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100% handmade cashmere

These beautiful two-colour handmade stoles are made from 100% cashmere. The cashmere used in this scarf comes from the 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 wool for this Pashmina is carefully handpicked from the Changthangi goats during their moulting 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.