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Ivory Paldar Buti long motiff Sale

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Ivory Paldar Buti long motiff - Shawl / 240g*207cm*106cm

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FAQ's

Q: What is the difference between Cashmere and Pashmina.

A: Pashmina is a traditional name give specifically to a handcrafted Shawl using raw material which is Under fleece of the Himalayan Goat mainly found on Tibetan Plateau. The weaving and embroidery is done using traditional weaving and embroidery techniques WHILE AS

Cashmere is an internationally tern applied for fine scarves woven using under fleece of the Himalayan goat found on Tibetan Plateau including Mongolia.

So while the raw material can be same for both it’s the Techniques of traditional weaving and embroidery done in Kashmir region where the term Pashmina comes from.

So it can be said that All Pashmina qualifies to be Cashmere however all Cashmere doesn’t qualify to be Pashmina.

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A.Its important to Air your Pashmina’s regularly. It is the moisture/dampness that increases the risk so always keep your shawls aired and dry.

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A: No, its only a myth that has passed on from times when Shahtoosh shawls (now banned) were supposed to be so thin and soft that they would pass through a ring. This salesman’s story is now used for Pashmina shawls

A: They are expensive as they are made from a very expensive raw material. Afterwards if they are hand embroidered that requires a lot of time as each flower, petal and detail is embroidered by hand.