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This original stole from Kashmir is one of a kind. The blend of pure pashmina with local wool is widely worn by Kashmiri. Pure comfort and pure luxury.
Kashmir hand embroidery has been highly sought after for centuries. There are many embroidery techniques originated from Kashmir. The most refined technique is Sozni. This is such a sophisticated technique that up to 500 embroidery stitches are made in one square centimeter. Such Sozni scarves have been worked on for 2 to 3 years. The embroidery technique with this scarf is not so extremely refined, but no less striking.
Pashmina is the extremely soft and dense undercoat of the Pashmina goat. it's natural habitat is above 4000 meters in the Himalayas. The goats fur is combed when they are moulting and is then processed manually and woven into scarves. Typically, the residents of Kashmir wear scarves that are a mix of pashmina and local goat or sheep wool. This scarf is such a mix. Soft and firm.