100% Pashmina Sozini Shawls
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Pashmina, derived from the Persian word for wool, is popularly known in the west as cashmere wool, from the old spelling of Kashmir. The fine wool comes from the undercoat of the the Himalayan mountain goat which lives in remote regions of the Tibeta Plateau. Pashmina is unmistakable for its softness. Pashmina yarn is spun from the hair of the ibex found at 14,000 ft above the sea level, although pure pashmina is expensive, the cost is sometimes brought down by blending it with rabbit fur or with wool

Pashmina is famous for its luxurious softness and lustre. The Pasha Pashmina collection boasts of a great variety: Special embroidered shawls in the Royal collection and the vogue and classic collection available in 5 hues each the magic collection of shawls so fine they can pass through a ring.

Pashmina Facts
  • Pashmina measuring around 1 x 2 mts. in size are 20 time that they can be folded to the size of Nuplen.
  • In Kashmir traditionaly Pashmina shawls were given as wedding gifts from the grooms to his future wife.
  • Pashmina shawls are so light, soft and warm that the Kashmiris are said to use them to hatch eggs!
  • It is historical fact that Nepoleon presented his second wife Marie Louise with 17 Pashmina shawls.
Pashmina ensures that they will outlive begging trends and last from generations to generations.
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