Saturday, November 2, 2013

Pashminas $65 +


below, this is an extra large dark blues with tans throw,
it's too large to be worn as a shawl.
40" x 80"

$95.00

one-of-a-kind






all of these below are
$65 each
28" X 76"



#2
red & black
reversible

2 available







the reverse side



#3
shades of salmon/peach with greens/tans
2 available





 #4
browns/blacks/tans

1 available





#5
magnificient purples

1 available


I took these photos outside a few minutes ago, so these are the true colors..
quantities are very limited.

please email us to order

splenderosa@gmail.com


I gave one of my girlfriends a similar piece for her birthday last week,
and now she wants to purchase others as Christmas gifts she loves her's so much.


these are authentic pashminas,
they are very light weight, 1 ply weavings.
these are not the same guage you would find at Sak's 5th Avenue for $400.00,
they have a looser weave.
No matter what, they are beautiful to wear and to feel.

I put one over my winter coat if it's windy & the shawl makes me quite comfortable.

at $65 they are a real bargain.


MORE TO COME
with little butterfly designs on them


PASHMINA:  Wikipedia says:
Pashmina refers to a type of fine cashmere wool and the textiles made from it and was first invented in India.[1][2] The name comes from Pashmineh (پشمینه), Persianfor "made from "pashm" (meaning "wool" in Persian).[2] The wool comes from changthangi or Pashmina goat, which is a special breed of goat indigenous to high altitudes of the Himalayas in NepalPakistan and Northern India. Pashmina shawls are hand spunwoven and embroidered in Nepal and Kashmir, and made from fine cashmere fibre.[1][3]


Happy November
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3 comments:

  1. The first one is beautiful, to say the least!

    Lauren,
    http://www.atouchofsoutherngrace.com/

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  2. They are lovely, just the right accessory for Fall!

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