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Kani Pashmina Shawl
Experience the authentic beauty and intricate craftsmanship of the Kani Shawl. Our exquisite collection is a testament to the artisanal skills passed down through generations in the Kashmir valley. With each shawl, we celebrate an age-old weaving tradition that transforms fine cashmere wool into a piece of wearable art.
What Makes Kani Shawl Special?
The Kani Shawl is a timeless piece of craftsmanship, originating from the beautiful region of Kashmir in Northern India. Its uniqueness stems from the "Kani," or small wooden spindles, used to weave these incredibly detailed and complex patterns.
Every Kani shawl is a labor of love, taking 2-4 weeks or even months to finish by hand. It's the culmination of meticulous artistry, patience, and dedication, resulting in a woven narrative in which you can wrap yourself. Several weavers can work on a single shawl, each bringing their unique touch to the masterpiece.
Our Collection of Pure Kani Pashmina Shawl
From traditional paisleys and intricate florals to contemporary geometric designs, our Kani Shawl collection embraces diverse patterns and colors. Sourced directly from the artisans, our shawls are designed to add a touch of soft elegance to any ensemble.
Whether you seek a statement piece for a special occasion, a cozy addition to your winter wardrobe, or a timeless accessory that transcends seasons, our Kani Shawl collection offers you the choice and quality your style deserves.
Sustainability and Fair Trade
We take pride in promoting a sustainable and ethical business model. Our Kani Shawls are made from 100% high-quality cashmere, responsibly sourced to ensure minimal environmental impact. We work directly with the artisans, ensuring fair trade practices and living wages. By choosing our Kani Shawl, you are buying a beautiful accessory and supporting a community of skilled artisans.
Kani Shawl Available in Different Colors
The colors of Kani Shawls are as diverse and vibrant as the culture of Kashmir itself, and each shawl is a testament to the artisans' skill in weaving together a harmonious palette. Here are some standard colors you might find in Kani Shawls:
- Natural Tones: Traditionally, Kani shawls feature natural and earthy tones. These include beige, brown, cream, and off-white hues, all reminiscent of Kashmir's beautiful landscapes.
- Rich Jewel Tones: Jewel tones like emerald green, ruby red, sapphire blue, and amethyst purple are often used to create intricate, eye-catching patterns in these shawls.
- Vibrant Brights: These shawls also often feature bright, vibrant colors like radiant yellows, rich oranges, and lively pinks.
- Deep Blues and Greens: Kani Shawls often reflect the natural colors of the landscapes of Kashmir. Therefore, various shades of blues and greens, representing the lakes and valleys, are commonly used.
- Classic Black and Whites: Black and white are often used for their stark contrast and ability to highlight the meticulous details in the patterns.
- Soft Pastels: Kani shawls can also be found in soft pastel colors like baby blue, blush pink, and mint green, offering a subtler and smoother look.
- Metallic Threads: For a touch of luxury, some shawls are woven with gold or silver threads that lend a regal and glamorous touch to the designs.
The combination of colors in a Kani shawl truly displays the weaver's artistic sensibilities. The result is a unique piece of soft & elegant art, a celebration of colors and patterns as intricate and detailed as they are beautiful.
Care Instructions of Kani Shawls
A Kani Shawl is not just a purchase but an investment. With the proper care, your shawl can last for generations, becoming a cherished family heirloom. We recommend gentle hand washing using mild soap or specialized wool detergent in lukewarm water. Avoid wringing or twisting the shawl, and lay it flat to dry. After receiving product, We would love to hear the feedback of your purchase and assist you in discovering the beautiful world of Kani Shawls. Step into the enchanting world of Kani Shawls and wear a piece of heritage.