Ethics through trade

Hereford, United Kingdom · 94 Sales


Ethics through trade

Hereford, United Kingdom 94 Sales On Etsy since 2014

4.5 out of 5 stars

Announcement   Himalayanpearl



Preeti Shrish

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Preeti Shrish

Jacquard loom Pashmina shawl
Natural Organic Cashmere Shawl/Gift for her
Organic Unisex Fairtrade Felt Slipper
Red Silk Pashmina/Special gift/Handmade gift
Silk tone Pashmina Scarf
Silk Green Two-tone Pashmina/Giftforher
Pure Silk Pashmina/Weddinggift
10% OFF Grey Cashmere Poncho/Gift for her
Cozy Fairtrade Coin Purse/Gift/Easter Gift
Cozy Panda slipper/booties/Gift for kids
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Average item review
4.5 out of 5 stars

burpet on Feb 4, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

My friend just loved this! It's the perfect addition to her meditation room. Thank you!


diannesammy on Feb 4, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

This us soooo beautiful. Excellent.

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Pashmina Handmade @ Nepal

Welcome to my Pashmina House!

All our Pashmina is handwoven in Nepal.
Pashmina is the Cashmere wool of the highest grade. Pashmina is probably made from the finest wool in the world.
Pashmina is a fine trendiest fashion fabric of this modern era. Pashmina wool is also known for the softest, most luxurious and the best pashm wool in the world.

Qualty you can feel!

Pashmina makes excellent accompaniment to a cocktail dress or other dressier attire.They can provide a good deal of warmth while still maintaining a refined and elegant silhouette. It can be worn folded over in a double fold end then wrapped loosely around the shoulders.

Pashmina is wool from the neck and belly of alpine goats that in climates with very cold winters and little vegetation; it’s 12-14 microns thick, as opposed to most other types cashmere, which is slightly thicker. After shearing the goat, the coarse hair is separated, spun, and woven, then washed and pressed.

The pashmina making process undergoes pain staking process and the entire procesdone completely by hand.The pashmina wool is collected every spring from the Mountain goat "Chyangra" (Capra Hircus). Pashmina is the goat's soft underbelly down, which lies under the coarse and thick outer hair. Each goat produces only about 3 ounces or 80 grams of pashmina wool each year. One woven pashmina shawl require wool from about three goats, and is basically spun by hand. The yarn is spun on a spinning wheel locally known as 'Charkha'. Hand-spinning is extremely painstaking and time consuming task. It requires immense patience, dexterity and dedication of experienced and expert weavers.

Dyeing is also done by hand. Dyers with immense patience and generations of experience are the one who dye the pashmina shawls, as even the smallest negligence reflects on the quality of the product. Only natural dyes are used, making the shawls completely eco-friendly.


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  • Preeti Shrish


    Welcome to my shop Himalayanpearl. The products are all hadmade in Nepal which is produced in a traditional way, from generations to generations. As a environmentalist I want to encourage people to live eco-friendly with healthy life style.

Shop policies

Last updated on November 11, 2015
Welcome to HimalayanPearl. Our dedicated team have put together a range of products crafted by artisans and producers from all areas of Nepal. We strive to promote Nepalese handicraft supporting to home based grass roots artisans/producers of informal sector having difficulties in accessing to global market.

All our products are fairly trade and are sustainable design to Reduced Environmental Impact!

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Only accepting Paypal at this time.
UK buyers can also pay by Bank Transfer if there is no other way you can pay, but please send a message to let me know if you'd like to pay by this method.
Shipping Methods used are Royal Mail 1st Class and 2nd Class
Refunds and Exchanges
Refunds are negotiable (depending on each individual circumstance.)