Mogul craftsmen originally crafted Pashmina scarves for Emperor Akbar, and in the early 19th century, these shawls became a favorite of Empress Josephine, the wife of Napoleon Bonaparte. For nearly four centuries, Nepali artisans have been weaving their magic and passing down the tradition through generations. However, it wasn't until the 1980s that Pashmina began to be commercially spun and widely produced in Nepal. Today, the exquisite craftsmanship and classic finishing touches have made Nepali…
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1) THE CLASSIC DRAPE STYLE
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100% Pure Satin Silk Square Scarf - Beutifull Hand Stitch all four four side, it is very trendy Neck Scarves.
- Lightweight, smooth, and soft
- Size: 21" x 21" (53 x 53 cm)
- Color: ivory, snow white, black, mint green, coral, red, burgundy, orange, sky blue, aqua blue, royal blue, lavender purple, silver, gold, fuchsia pink
- Unisex - good for both men & women
- Hand wash in cold water and air dry
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Hand loom weaving is a process of creating fabric by interlacing threads using a manually operated loom. The loom is operated by the weaver who interlaces the warp threads (the threads running vertically on the loom) and weft threads (the threads running horizontally) to create the desired pattern and fabric structure. Hand loom weaving is a traditional form of textile production that has been used for centuries and is still used today in many parts…