Handwoven . Conservation of Ancient Crafts . Organic. Cruelty Free
Jamdani traces its roots to ancient Persia, as the word Jamdani comes from Jam (flower) and Dani (vase). Jamdani has been denoted as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO and dates back to 14th century Bengal, India. It is one of the most time and labor-intensive forms of hand loom weaving, and is considered one of the finest varieties of muslin. A few master weavers are recognized as bearers of the traditional Jamdani motifs and weaving techniques, and transmit the knowledge and skills to family members.
MOQ - 20 scarves in combination of designs and colors.
Peace Silk is a cruelty free process of obtaining the silk yarn. When the Silkworm metamorphoses into a moth while inside the cocoon it weaves, it cuts a hole and leaves. The cocoon is then harvested for the Silk yarn. There is no killing of Silkworms involved in Peace/Ahimsa Silk.
Pashmina refers to a fine variant of spun cashmere, the downy undercoat of the Changthangi goat. The word pashm means "wool" in Persian, but in Kashmir, India, pashm it is referred to the raw unspun wool of domesticated Changthangi goats. We collaborate with an Artisan whose family has been practicing the craft of weaving Pashmina for many generations by obtaining the wool through sustainable methods.