Kani is the Kashmiri name of wooden spool which works in weaving of Pashmina Kani Sozni shawls on the Handloom. Kani Sozni shawls are woven by Pure Pashmina on handlooms with the help of kanis. Kanis are small eyeless bobbins used in place of the shuttle. Cashmere Pashmina Shawls weaving is completely regulated by a coded pattern, called Talim drawn by the Naqash for guidance of the pashmina shawls weaver. The original Kani Jamawar shawls take upto four years to weave and the price range of Kani shawls starts from 2000 USD.
100 X 203 CMS or 40 X 80 INCHES
100% Pure Pashmina
PROCESS of Making
Pashmina Handloom, Sozni Hand Embroidery, Made in Kashmir, India
TIME TAKEN TO WEAVE
Actual Pashmina fabric colors may vary due to differences in images displayed online and actual textures. The color shown in the pictures is as close as possible to the actual colors of the pashmina shawls. This pashmina shawl can be washed by handwash or dry cleaning methods.