Presenting our new collection of museum worthy Masterpieces in 100% Pure Kashmir Pashminas. Kani in Kashmiri means small wooden sticks which are used to create eclectic patterns in Pashminas at the time of weaving. Weaving is meticulously regulated by a coded pattern, known as the Talim drawn by the Naqash for guidance of the weaver. A fully Jamawar Kani Pashmina takes about 24 months to complete.
Crafted from 100% Pure Kashmir Pashmina, this is a beige-brown Kani Jamawar ( all over kani weave) Long Shawl ( 265 cms long and 130 cms wide) woven in authentic kani technique using kanis (wooden needles).