Pashminas are the heart of Kashmir, their smooth texture and that soft warmness is what that makes it the most expensive and a must have wool by all; spun out of a special kind of Chungthangi Goat and is an indicator of rank and nobility. Pashmina embroidery gained popularity by its use in Kashmiri shawls, as shown here this pure wool shawl of a jet black base is entirely flooded in alternate diamond chains of sozni embroidered chinar leaf patterns.
When you zoom in you will see the excessive patience and painstaking time inculcated to create these intricate patterns. Sozni is created in a satin stitch and is identified by focussing on the identical work on both sides of the cloth, but sometimes in different colors. Abstract geometric shapes and stylized flowers are the most popular motifs weaved in sozni embroidery.
Use of a combination of vibrant and soothing dull colors in perfect alliance all over the field area is what that makes you stand out in the crowd. This pure hand woven Pashmina wool is a unique handpicked shawl from the very own land of hand embroideries.