Original y auténtico chal de pashmina blanquecino fascinante con trabajo de Jaal Sozni en rosa | Bordado a mano por Kashmiri Artisans
Original y auténtico chal de pashmina blanquecino fascinante con trabajo de Jaal Sozni en rosa | Bordado a mano por Kashmiri Artisans
Original y auténtico chal de pashmina blanquecino fascinante con trabajo de Jaal Sozni en rosa | Bordado a mano por Kashmiri Artisans
Original y auténtico chal de pashmina blanquecino fascinante con trabajo de Jaal Sozni en rosa | Bordado a mano por Kashmiri Artisans
Original y auténtico chal de pashmina blanquecino fascinante con trabajo de Jaal Sozni en rosa | Bordado a mano por Kashmiri Artisans
Original y auténtico chal de pashmina blanquecino fascinante con trabajo de Jaal Sozni en rosa | Bordado a mano por Kashmiri Artisans
Original y auténtico chal de pashmina blanquecino fascinante con trabajo de Jaal Sozni en rosa | Bordado a mano por Kashmiri Artisans
Original y auténtico chal de pashmina blanquecino fascinante con trabajo de Jaal Sozni en rosa | Bordado a mano por Kashmiri Artisans
Original y auténtico chal de pashmina blanquecino fascinante con trabajo de Jaal Sozni en rosa | Bordado a mano por Kashmiri Artisans
Original y auténtico chal de pashmina blanquecino fascinante con trabajo de Jaal Sozni en rosa | Bordado a mano por Kashmiri Artisans
Original y auténtico chal de pashmina blanquecino fascinante con trabajo de Jaal Sozni en rosa | Bordado a mano por Kashmiri Artisans

Original y auténtico chal de pashmina blanquecino fascinante con trabajo de Jaal Sozni en rosa | Bordado a mano por Kashmiri Artisans

Original Handwoven Shawl | 60% Pure Pashmina 40% Fine Grade Sheep Wool

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Descripción del Producto

Lujoso chal pashmina de Cachemira | Lana pashmina genuina y auténtica | Fiel a las finas hebras de pelo animal.

Composición:

  • 60% Lana Pashmina Pura
  • 40% pura lana de oveja
  • 0% Lana Sintética de Cualquier Tipo

Detalles de tejido y bordado

  • Mantón original tejido a mano
  • Bordado a mano auténtico

Este hermoso y seductor mantón de pashmina puro es el orgullo de Cachemira. La pashmina original liviana y bordada a mano es lo mejor que puede regalarse a usted o a su ser querido.

Es un hermoso chal pashmina blanco roto, meticulosamente bordado a mano con un intrincado trabajo de Sozni. El bordado Sozni se realiza con agujas finas e hilos de seda y hermosos motivos florales y de cachemira bordados a mano por hábiles artesanos. Este chal tiene un hermoso diseño de vid rosa jaal , bordado en rosa floral con borde de cachemira en todos los lados.

Acerca de pashmina

La lana de pashmina se hila a partir de la capa interna de pelo suave de cabras de Changthangi criadas en la región del Himalaya. estas cabras arrojan su abrigo de invierno cada primavera, que vuelve a crecer en invierno. Este subpelo se recoge peinando la cabra, no esquilando, como en otras lanas finas. Y por eso, recomendamos a los compradores de Pashmina de todo el mundo que la atesoren de forma segura.

  • Los chales y estolas de pashmina están hechos de pura lana de cabra de Ladakh, que se recolecta peinando a la cabra y no esquilándola.
  • Por lo general, los chales de pashmina son súper suaves al tacto y, a veces, incluso los mechones de cabello se pueden ver en los extremos del chal.
  • El estilo y la textura de Pashmina son muy sobrios para usar en el hogar, la oficina y otras ocasiones.
  • Es una lección de humildad saber que los chales y estolas de Pashmina bordados a mano están hechos de largas horas de trabajo intenso por artesanos de Cachemira muy hábiles y dedicados.
  • Es increíble saber que el chal de pashmina bordado a mano requiere meses de trabajo artesanal antes de que esté listo para su envío.
  • Y lo más importante, tenga cuidado con las pashminas falsas que se venden tanto en línea como fuera de línea.

    Características

    SKU - K100070
    Dimensiones - 84in x 42in
    Color - Blanco; aunque tratamos de capturar los colores reales del producto, pero aún es posible una ligera diferencia
    Tela - 60% pura lana pashmina | 40% pura lana de oveja
    Cantidad - 1
    GI etiquetado - Sí
    Origen - Cachemira, Jammu y Cachemira

    Instrucciones de cuidado

    1. Sólo limpieza en seco. Como el producto está hecho con fibra de lana natural, para mantener la elegancia del tejido, se recomienda lavar en seco.
    2. Se recomienda plancha de vapor .
    3. No blanquee ni frote la tela.
    4. Para el almacenamiento a largo plazo, asegúrese de que el producto esté limpio y se use repelente de polillas. Pero no coloque el repelente de polillas directamente sobre la tela.
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    The rich cultural heritage of the valley, colorful flora and fauna & picturesque landscape has deep influence on the Kashmiri people and is their constant source of inspiration, which is very evident in their choice of embroidery motifs as well. Marigold, daffodils, rose vines, chinar leaves, paisleys, parrots, canary, woodpecker, etc. are the most popular motifs in all forms of Kashmiri embroidery.

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