Kullu Handloom Elegant Design Pure Wool Stole – Black MS
- SKU: Woven Scarf-1
- 100% Woven On Looms of Himalaya.
- 100% Pure Wool Used.
- G.I. Patented Kullu Geometric/Floral design.
- Purely Woven on Handloom.
- Every Thread is Woven by Fingers.
- Very Warm,Light In Weight And Soft.
- Can Be Used for Every Moment.
- A Proud of Kullu Weavers.
- 80% Product are Woven By Women Weavers.
- A Product That Empower Our Women Weavers
- Export Quality, Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed.
- Materials: Pure wool, Natural colours
These are handwoven Stole Scarf made in the Himalayan district of Kullu, in the state of Himachal Pradesh, northern India. They are beautiful and elegant Stole Scarf that are also incredibly cosy and soft on the skin. Due to the high quality wool, they provide a great deal of warmth while being very lightweight. They are versatile items that are suitable for any season, occasion and style. For example, they can be thrown over a smart dress or suit as an elegant Stoles Scarves, or wrapped around comfy clothes while relaxing or meditating.
They are made using traditional handloom weaving techniques passed down through generations of mountain people, who live close to the land and to their animals. As such, they are ethically made with 100% natural materials and fair wages to all those involved. The sale of these Stole Scarf supports the livelihood of many people in this region of the Himalayas.
There are some cheap knock-offs of these Stole Scarf around, do not be fooled! The cheap alternative is no comparison to the fine wool and handwoven quality of these authentic shawls.
– 100% pure fine wool and natural colors
– 80 Inches X 40 Inches
– Handwoven by traditional weaving techniques from Kullu
– Lightweight & warm
– Ideal for any season, style or occasion; dressed up or cosying down
– Hand wash
More detailed information on these traditional Stole Scarf below:
Kullu Stole Scarf are a type of Stole Scarf made in Kullu, India, featuring various geometrical patterns and bright colours. Originally, indigenous Kullvi people would weave plain Stole Scarf, but following the arrival of craftspeople from Bushahr in the early 1940s, the trend of more patterned Stole Scarf came to rise.
Kullu Stole Scarf are well known all around the world for their simple and elegant designs and fine woolen fabric and manufacturing quality. Kullu Stole Scarf are worn by both men and women, but men?s Stole Scarf are usually called “Loi” or “Pattu” and are often plain without any pattern or minimal patterned stripes on two edges.
Typical Kullu Stole Scarf have geometrical designs on both ends. The Stole Scarf may also have floral designs, which may run all over. Each design may have up to eight colors. Most traditional colors are often bright colors, used to emphasize the Stole Scarf and make it more appealing, however, there are instances where the Stole Scarf is made with a more dull color, such as pastel. Kullu Stole Scarf are also crafted in yak’s wool, sheep wool, Pashmina, and other handcrafted material.
The region in which the Kullvi people inhabit is a temperate region in the Himalayan region, providing an abundance of Sheep, Ox, and various other furred organisms. Prior to the arrival of more modern craftsmen, the primary attire was Patti woven to protect against the harsh cold typical of the region. Following the arrival of a craftsman from Himachal Pradesh, the Kullu Stole Scarf became prominent following the introduction of artistic patterns and floral art, it became a significant article of clothing for most inhabitants of the Himalayan area.
Kullu Stole Scarf are mostly made of three types of wool: Merino wool, Angora wool and Local sheep wool. These different kinds of wool are sometimes used combined to make more varieties. Designs patterns are mostly geometric shapes with few exceptions where floral designs are used.
|20 × 15 × 8 cm