Space Black & Off White Reversible Kani Pashmina Shawl

$112.50

$112.50

• Condition : Brand New • Size : 100 x 200 cm / 40 x 80 inch / 1.11 x 2.22 yard (Approx) • Material : 100% pure Pashmina, Hand Woven. (Authentic, has no mix of Viscose, Silk etc.) • Weave : Tight Weave, Traditional Hand Weave, Woven on Wooden Handloom with Wooden Needles. • Thread Count: High • Feel : Soft

Reversible Kani shawl is made from pashmina on a handloom. But instead of a shuttle used in regular pashmina shawls, Kani shawls use needles made from cane or wood. The distinguishable, Mughal patterns, usually of flowers and leaves, are woven into the fabric like a carpet, thread by thread, based on the coded pattern called ‘Talim’. The talim guides the weaver in number of warp threads to be covered in a particular colored-weft.

Families who are in weaving Kani Shawls usually work patiently, working between 5 and 7 hours a day, in between attending to their household chores. Depending on the intricacy and complexity of the design being woven, an artisan can weave a maximum of one inch per day. Depending on the design, size and detailing, a Kani Shawl may take anything between 6 and 18 months to be completed.

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1 review for Space Black & Off White Reversible Kani Pashmina Shawl

  1. Sasha Francio

    Very beautiful shawl (even prettier than in the photo), with beautiful colors, I am delighted with my purchase. The delivery was ultra fast: order placed on a tuesday , item delivered the following monday!

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Reversible Kani shawl is made from pashmina on a handloom. But instead of a shuttle used in regular pashmina shawls, Kani shawls use needles made from cane or wood. The distinguishable, Mughal patterns, usually of flowers and leaves, are woven into the fabric like a carpet, thread by thread, based on the coded pattern called ‘Talim’. The talim guides the weaver in number of warp threads to be covered in a particular colored-weft.

Families who are in weaving Kani Shawls usually work patiently, working between 5 and 7 hours a day, in between attending to their household chores. Depending on the intricacy and complexity of the design being woven, an artisan can weave a maximum of one inch per day. Depending on the design, size and detailing, a Kani Shawl may take anything between 6 and 18 months to be completed.

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Maharani