Zareer Dor Hand Embroidery Pashmina Shawl

56,000

A pure pashmina shawl with extremely rare zari embroidery made completely by hand. An extraordinary piece like this is a true feat of kashmiri karigars who have raised the ceiling of hand made crafts. Zari is an exceptionally difficult thread to work with in hand embroidery and even more so to handle on a delicate pashmina fabric. This magnificent piece features neat and detailed embroidery on all four sides in a golden zari thread producing a rich effect of elegance and grace.

Size – A luxurious shawl size of 100 x 200 cms or 40 x 80″ which allows you to comfortably wrap or drape the shawl.

A pure pashmina shawl carries a unique magnificence and allure. The pashmina fiber is matchless for its insulation properties and butter soft feel. These eternal pieces become family heirlooms passed from one generation to the next.

This pashmina shawl is unique and exclusive for you. Only one of its kind is made.

SKU: KCS 169MS-503
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Country of Origin: India

Description

Washing & Care – Dry clean only or wash in cold water with mild detergent. Do not machine wash.

Keep the piece wrapped seperately in a muslin cloth or plastic polybag when not in use. Do not use napthalene cakes or balls.

Additional information

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 100 × 200 cm
size

100 x 200 cms

color

Navy Blue

material

100% Pashmina, embroidered with zari


Description

Washing & Care – Dry clean only or wash in cold water with mild detergent. Do not machine wash.

Keep the piece wrapped seperately in a muslin cloth or plastic polybag when not in use. Do not use napthalene cakes or balls.

Additional information

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 100 × 200 cm
size

100 x 200 cms

color

Navy Blue

material

100% Pashmina, embroidered with zari

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Styling since 1950s

Khub Chand Sawhney was born in Srinagar and grew up in both Srinagar and Haripur Hazara, a city in the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan. The Pakistan attack on 22nd October 1947 on Srinagar provoked his family’s migration to Delhi. He was 24 years old at the time. Growing up in Kashmir he had developed a basic understanding of shawl-making from his father. He followed his heart’s passion to create an emporium for the most exclusive Kashmiri shawls and craftsmanship in Delhi. With the assistance for migrants from the Government he established an emporium at 94 Main Market, Janpath New Delhi in 1950.

We are proud to continue his legacy and operate his emporium even today.

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