Antique Shawl Wool Jamawar Style Ladies Wrap from India 203.20 x 101.60 cms


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  • Antique Jamawar Shawl in Cut Work
  • Size: 203.20 cms x 101.60 cms
  • Wool
  • Dry Clean Only
  • DS-SH025
  • Made of Pure Wool
  • Handmade by the craftsmen of Kashmir
  • Dispatched in 24 hours from India

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 499 g
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  • Item model number: DS-SH025
  • ASIN: B004FVM936
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 Dec. 2010
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DakshCraft Wool Stoles in Paisley pattern are very unique, you can drape it on your body and it gives you an elegant look. women are wearing the scarves for covering their head and shoulder due to religion requirements also. The other main role for wool scarf is as neck warmer which scarf is strongly needed for cool season. Paisley is a droplet-shaped vegetal motif, similar to half of the T'ai Chi symbol, the Indian bodhi tree leaf, or the mango tree. The design originated in India and spread to Scotland when British soldiers brought home cashmere shawls. From roughly 1800 to 1850, using Jacquard looms, the women of the town of Paisley, Scotland adapted the design and wove woolen shawls, hence the design is popularly known as the Paisley pattern. Changes in fashion led to the demise of the shawl bringing hardship to the weavers in Scotland and the originators in Kashmir.


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