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Absolutely stunning reclaimed

remnant from 1500s Kashmir shawl

Use as trim to make your own gorgeous and exotic shawl, scarf, hat or any garment you'd like to make extra special.

Until the 19th century, all Kashmir shawls were made by hand. It took between six months and a year to make one shawl. These antique shawls were made from pashmina wool, taken from the underhair of pashmina goats living in the high-altitude plains of Tibet, Nepal and Ladakh. This highly sought-after wool was imported into Kashmir — which lies on the borders between India, Pakistan and China — separated by colour, spun into yarn and woven on a loom.

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Kashmir remnant 5'

SKU: 155
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