Welcome to Shawls Imperial Collections
We are one of the Export oriented and manufacturing companies located at Srinagar, the heart of Kashmir valley, where the world’s best and famous Pashmina is produced, processed, packed and delivered to you to make you look happy and create unique and royal features to your personality.
We bring into your attention our new patterns and designs of Shawls made from supper fine wool and Pashmina. The designs, patterns and colors we select are in confirmation with your requirements and match your dresses and latest fashion trends.Our products will give you a feeling of Royal appearance of Imperial taste.These are accessories and materials of Royal taste with Imperial qualities We have presented only few but best collections of shawls made of 100% Pashmina (cashmere), semi-pashmina (mixed pashmina wool and super fine wool) and merino wool. It is fine and light weight. In winter time, it will keep you warm and add elegance features in all seasons.The collection we presented is best for business meetings, evening gatherings, everyday use, office use and the decent present for all occasions.
The name "cashmere" comes from Kashmir, the mountainous area of and around Himalaya.The fiber is actually understood come from Tibet and from Ladakh region of Kashmir Cashmere is the westernized word for the soft clothing material originating from the Kashmir region of India. Pashmina is a local name and is derived from “pashm” which is the wool produced from inner hair of certain goats.
It becomes Pashmina after it is combed, cleaned and then spun ready for use in clothing. Traditionally Pashmina was finer, higher quality than cashmere which is why it was predominantly used for scarves and shawls since it was lighter and softer than cashmere.The best cashmere shawls are, to a great extent, made by hand. This starts with the combing of the goats Each goat is combed by hand in the spring when they are shedding the fine under down that protected them during the winter. These fleeces are then washed and dried, dyed and spun mechanically. The hand work returns in the knitting. Lately, the production is supported by modern machines to make it faster and meet quality control requirements and comply with quality requirements from abroad.