A bold statement...
The Home Gallery specializes in high quality, luxury Pashmina fashion items and shawls, all of which are custom designed in beautiful colours and patterns and are hand loomed in Nepal. The exclusive line includes multitudes of different Pashmina shawls and clothing.
Every item from the Pashmina clothing line is 100% pure Pashmina and is available in over 40 different colour tones and many different fits including super fit, semi fit and fitted. We design comfortable and casual Pashmina yoga trousers, sweaters, cardigans, twin sets, turtlenecks and mock-necks, t-shirts and vests in original and classic styles that embrace understated elegance. Pashminas are ideal accessories for both the wardrobe and the home, a double sized Pashmina shawl works magically as a colourful throw and our twice layered Pashmina bedspreads are a warm, welcoming and vibrant addition to any style of home decor. An essential classic for any wardrobe, Home Gallery's Pashminas make thoughtful and original gifts or spectacular accents for your own personal taste, wherever you are and whatever you are doing you can look chic and beautiful in a Home Gallery Pashmina.
The fine, soft hand woven Pashmina fibre that is the basis of all Home Gallery's shawls and clothing is light, warm and sumptuous. The versatility and durability of our Pashmina shawls is the result of our two different Pashmina shawl weights. Our normal weight Pashmina is 70% Pashmina and 30% silk, this option is the more lavish and heavy of the two and is appropriate for any time of year. We also carry summer weight Pashmina shawls that are 80% Pashmina and 20% silk, these are light and elegant yet retain the utter luxury of the Pashmina fibre.
Pashmina is the Persian word for wool. Yet Pashmina is no ordinary wool, it is collected from the soft coat of hair on the underbelly of the Himalayan mountain goat, the Capra Hircus. The Capra Hircus lives in the most remote and cold regions of the Tibetan plateau. It's wool is so extremely valued because one goat can only produce three to eight ounces of fibre per year. It is also a little known fact that the higher the altitude, the softer the underbelly down. The Pashmina wool is considered among the finest, most rare and most luxurious wools in the world.
NEW - NEW - NEW: Lisa is now making double layered Pashmina bedspreads and pillow cases, too!