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Luxurious handloom cashmere from Nepal by KVS
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These luxurious cashmere scarves and shawls are hand-woven using skills and techniques passed down from generation to generation. Since every fiber is handspun, the irregular yarn adds intriguing texture and pattern to these beautiful works of art. The craftsmen and women use only natural fibers like cashmere, silk, modal, linen and fine wool, making for truly superior clothing items. This collection is of the finest quality and a perfect compliment to any style.

"The new cashmere scarves are just a small sample of the unparalleled products available from KVS Pasal. All of our products, whether jewelry or clothing items, are handcrafted and designed individually by craftsmen and women and are therefore unique," says Victoria Vacala, the owner of the company.

"Having traveled to and lived side by side with these artisans over the years, I am constantly awed that the techniques these artists use have been passed down through their family hundreds of years. I feel such a sense of tradition when watching them. And because these artisan live in a different part of the world, they have access to raw materials that are not as readily accessible in America. That means our KVS Pasal clients also have access to unique items at reasonable prices."

Cashmere scarves and shawls are available at KVS Pasal and in various boutiques. Place your order online and email or call with any questions.

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