We invite you to discover the talent of the Artisans of the Kashmir Valleyand the richness of their ancestral know-how.
Specialists in the field of Pashminatheir creations are handmade in the traditional way.
Incomparably soft, each stole and Pashmina shawl is unique.
Also known as "Little Tibet", the latter is a vast, cold, semi-desert region of the Indian Peninsula.
Covering an area of about 98,000 km2, Ladakh has a population of about 135,000, making it one of the highest inhabited plateaus in the world. At an average altitude of 5,300 metres, the winters are consequently long and harsh.
In addition, negative temperatures are recorded three months a year, from December to February (up to -30° in Kargil and -50° in Dras).
The term Pashminaoriginates from the Farsi language, refers to the down that naturally develops under the winter coats of animals endemic to Upper Asia, as well as to the fibre used to make the famous shawls.
THE PASHMINA GOAT
For centuries, the breeding of Pashmina goats (Changthangi for the locals) is ensured by the nomadic Changpa shepherds, whose tents can be seen scattered across Ladakh, at altitudes ranging from 3,600 to 4,500 m.
A little History
Object of desire of the Moghul Emperors and Sikh Maharajas, Indian and Iranian nobles, French Empresses and British Aristocrats
Shawls made of Pashmina have dressed the greatest for centuries.
Shawls, stoles, scarves and ponchos
in Pashmina or Cashmere from the Himalaya
Where to find us
Our Opening Hours
5, rue du plat
From Tuesday to Saturday
de 10h à 18h
Sunday and Monday closed