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Pashmina Kani Shawl (Aquatic Habitat)

Pashmina Kani Shawl (Aquatic Habitat)

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Embrace the beauty of nature with the Aquatic Habitat Pashmina Kani Shawl. Expertly crafted using traditional Kashmiri kani weaving techniques, this pure pashmina shawl features a stunning design inspired by the underwater world. Stay warm and stylish with this beautiful kashmiri pashmina kani shawl.

• Handwoven Kani Weave Shawl – Wrap
• Hand-woven 100% Cashmere Scarf (World’s Finest Quality Cashmere)
• Size: 100 cm X 203 cm / 40 Inch X 80 Inch / 1.1 x 2.2 Yards (Approx)
• Base Color: Brown
• Weave Colors: Multiple
• Condition: Brand New

Description: Hand Woven Kani Pashmina Shawl on Traditional Kashmiri Hand-looms by master Craftsmen of Kashmir. 100% Pure Pashmina Fibers with Artistic Aquatic Design.


100% Cashmere

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40 Inch X 80 Inch

Care Instructions

Hand Wash or Dry Clean only

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Our Manufacturing Process

A Ladakhi tribal woman in Highlands of Ladakh combing cashmere goat and collecting cashmere fibres

Harvesting Cashmere

The Cashmere goat(Chagra Goat)develop an inner fleece as a downy and doubling their usual coat thickness to withstand harsh winter in highlands of Ladakh where temperature goes down to-50°C. It is harvested in the spring bybrushingthe animals to collect the softer and longer hair, the finest ranging from the lower part of theneckandstomach.

Woman behind a spinning wheel in the remote location of Kashmir who is spinning the cashmere fibres into a yarn


Cashmere fiber is first spun by hand using aspinning wheel, it is very delicate work and traditionally done by women in villages across Kashmir. The craft is slowly vanishing with most Cashmere wool being sent to mills for spinning, we direct our efforts to provide optimum benefit to the women still practicing this craft despite the hardships.

A Design pattern drawn on a graph paper in the background with a Brown paper on top of it with a special Kashmiri artisan language called taliim


The process of Kani Shawl is a complicated one, it starts with the design pattern being prepared on a graph paper by creative designers called “Naqash” and then the design is written into a special code called “Talim” which is prepared by an expert called Talimguru and these codes are easily understood by weavers.

Green blue black orange red and yellow colours blending into each other


This is a very delicate process as, if not done properly, the dye can stiffen the Cashmere fibers. In our tradition dyeing process we use Azo free natural colors which help us to achieve a uniform, full and deep color without impinging on the feel of the Cashmere. Cashmere fixers are dyed in accordance with the colour requirements in taliim.

Kashmiri Artisan weaving Cashmere scarf handwoven in Kashmir region


For centuries, the region of Kashmir has acquired unparalleled expertise in weaving Cashmere. The resulting natural yarn post spinning is then hand woven on traditional wooden looms using ancestral techniques. For making the Kani shawls, the weavers only make a wrap .

An artisan of Kashmir in Kanihama village weaving Kashmiri Pashmina Kani shawl on a handloom

Kani Weaving

A number of colourful bobbins are arranged as per the design requirement. Weaving starts with the help of talim. As soon as a different colour is required in the design, two bobbins are joined together and the process is continued till the shawl is complete.

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The most thoughtful and up-to-date choice for a present! Find a one-of-a-kind present that will instantly alleviate any concerns you have with the gift-giving process. The Pashwrap Cashmere Scarves are elegantly packed in a gift box that also Includes abooklet that highlights the method and use of the product. Since your loved ones are one of a kind, you should give this scarf to them as a tribute of your devotion since it perfectly captures their individuality.

Care Instructions:

Cashmere should be hand washed in cold water.

A wool/Cashmere shampoo or a mild detergent such as baby cloth detergent has to be used.

The detergent should be fully dissolved in the water beforehand.

Cashmere should be dipped in this water and rubbed gently with hands.

Soft Iron Only: Make sure you clean your iron thoroughly, Set the iron to the low or wool setting and use a pressing cloth between the garment and the iron.

Storage : Do not hang your Cashmere garments on a hanger, but store them folded up.