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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Length: 80 Inches
  • Width: 28 Inches
  • Material: pashmina yarn
  • Favorited by: 330 people
  • Gift wrapping and message available
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PashMala
in Birmingham, United Kingdom

Description

All Pashmala cashmere shawls are made of 100 % cashmere yarn, ethically sourced, quality checked and woven in Kashmir with our Fair Trade manufacturer.

Pashmala shawls are investment pieces, made to last and can be worn again and again without compromising the quality. Once you have felt worn a pure cashmere shawl form Pashmala, you will not want anything else!
A wonderful Christmas gift!
A stunning pure hand spun pashmina reversible wrap with gold zari with lurex lurex and delicate turquoise and green strands. The gold lurex is woven with the natural pashmina yarn and this gives a stunning look.

This pashmina is undyed in its natural colour.It is a gorgeous scarf and it will add some glamour to your wardrobe!

So what is a pashmina?

Both cashmere and pashmina are wool – but not any old wool. They come from a particular type of goat – called a cashmere goat (not to be confused with the Indian state called “Kashmir”).

Cashmere goats are found only at very high altitudes. Cashmere or pashmina is the fine undercoat grown by these animals to save them from very low winter temperature. Goats shed this wool in the spring. An average goat yields about a pound a year of this very fine wool. This is then processed to produce Cashmere or Pashmina yarn.

Pashmina fibers are finer than cashmere (there are strict definitions for each of these fibres), so it is considered the better of the two.

Pashmina yarn is gently removed by hand from pashmina goats using a special comb.
The raw wool is white, beige or dark fawn in its natural state. Pashmina yarn is dehaired and spun entirely by hand. Pure pashmina fibres are thiner and softer than cashmere.

The yarn is delicate yet strong, has a high insulating value and does not shrink. It also has
high moisture content.

A lot of adverts confuse matters, especially because, in recent years, the word “pashmina” has been promoted much more than “cashmere” in the UK. Many people have been confused into believing that “pashmina” is simply a style of scarf or shawl – and so will pay lot of money for something made of ordinary wool, or even synthetic fibre. Don’t be confused though – both cashmere and pashmina come from a very particular source, and pashmina is simply the best cashmere.

Pashmina is the softest and the finest natural insulating fibre in the world. It feels weightless.
A Pashmina fibre is 15 to 19 microns in diameter where as a human hair is 75 microns in diameter.

Our range of handspun pashmina scarves are excellent for travelling. They will keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter!

You will be able to wear this pashmina all year round. It is a great investment piece as it adds elegance to anything you wear!


The scarf measures 200 X 70 cm. Dry clean only.

Items in the UK are sent by Royal Mail Special Delivery. International postage by AirSure. Tracking and insurance is provided.
All Pashmala cashmere shawls are made of 100 % cashmere yarn, ethically sourced, quality checked and woven in Kashmir with our Fair Trade manufacturer.

Pashmala shawls are investment pieces, made to last and can be worn again and again without compromising the quality. Once you have felt worn a pure cashmere shawl form Pashmala, you will not want anything else!
A wonderful Christmas gift!
A stunning pure hand spun pashmina reversible wrap with gold zari with lurex lurex and delicate turquoise and green strands. The gold lurex is woven with the natural pashmina yarn and this gives a stunning look.

This pashmina is undyed in its natural colour.It is a gorgeous scarf and it will add some glamour to your wardrobe!

So what is a pashmina?

Both cashmere and pashmina are wool – but not any old wool. They come from a particular type of goat – called a cashmere goat (not to be confused with the Indian state called “Kashmir”).

Cashmere goats are found only at very high altitudes. Cashmere or pashmina is the fine undercoat grown by these animals to save them from very low winter temperature. Goats shed this wool in the spring. An average goat yields about a pound a year of this very fine wool. This is then processed to produce Cashmere or Pashmina yarn.

Pashmina fibers are finer than cashmere (there are strict definitions for each of these fibres), so it is considered the better of the two.

Pashmina yarn is gently removed by hand from pashmina goats using a special comb.
The raw wool is white, beige or dark fawn in its natural state. Pashmina yarn is dehaired and spun entirely by hand. Pure pashmina fibres are thiner and softer than cashmere.

The yarn is delicate yet strong, has a high insulating value and does not shrink. It also has
high moisture content.

A lot of adverts confuse matters, especially because, in recent years, the word “pashmina” has been promoted much more than “cashmere” in the UK. Many people have been confused into believing that “pashmina” is simply a style of scarf or shawl – and so will pay lot of money for something made of ordinary wool, or even synthetic fibre. Don’t be confused though – both cashmere and pashmina come from a very particular source, and pashmina is simply the best cashmere.

Pashmina is the softest and the finest natural insulating fibre in the world. It feels weightless.
A Pashmina fibre is 15 to 19 microns in diameter where as a human hair is 75 microns in diameter.

Our range of handspun pashmina scarves are excellent for travelling. They will keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter!

You will be able to wear this pashmina all year round. It is a great investment piece as it adds elegance to anything you wear!


The scarf measures 200 X 70 cm. Dry clean only.

Items in the UK are sent by Royal Mail Special Delivery. International postage by AirSure. Tracking and insurance is provided.

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FAQs

Custom orders take time to make so please allow 6 weeks
You can order our printed wraps for wholesale. Please email for details.
Gift wrapping is available upon request.

PashMala made this item with help from

  • Digital Fabric Printing , Jammu and Kashmir, India
PashMala made this item with help from:
  • Digital Fabric Printing , Jammu and Kashmir, India

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