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Kani Shawls

Kani Jamawar Stole with Woven Flowers and Paiselys in Multi-Color Thread
  • Bittersweet Red
  • Black Beauty
  • Caviar Black
  • Dazzling Blue
  • Golden Orange
  • Ocean Floor
  • Pearl White
  • Scarlet Sage
  • Spectra Green
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6.7 ft x 2.5 ft
$45.00
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Kani Jamawar Stole from Amritsar with Multicolor Floral Vines
  • Black Beauty
  • Blue Jewel
  • Bluebird
  • Ceramic
  • Fanfare
  • Horizon Blue
  • Mars Red
  • Tomato
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6.5 ft x 2.6 ft
$95.00
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Men's Jamawar Shawl from Amritsar with Kani Weave
  • Fuchsia Black
  • Pirate Black
  • Savvyred
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7.8 ft x 3.8 ft
$110.00
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6.6 ft x 2.3 ft
$35.00
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Kani Jamawar Shawl from Amritsar with Multicolor Floral Vines
  • Phantom Black
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6.6 ft x 3.7 ft
$145.00
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Kani Jamawar Stole from Amritsar with Woven Flowers in Multicolor Thread
  • Bittersweet
  • Dove
  • Honey
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Kani Jamawar Shawl from Amritsar with Woven Flowers in Multicolor Thread
  • Silver Cloud
  • String
  • Vaporous Gray
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Kani Jamawar Stole from Amritsar with Woven Florals and Paisleys
  • Deep Ultramarine
  • Marzipan Blue
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7.0 ft x 3.6 ft
$175.00
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6.8 ft x 3.7 ft
$143.50 $205.00  [ 30% off ]
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6.5 ft x 3.6 ft
$2396.25 $3195.00  [ 25% off ]
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6.8 ft x 2.5 ft
$50.00
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The Original Kani

The original Kani shawl originates from Kashmir and can be a bit expensive. They are not produced in bulk with the help of industrialized machines, Kani shawls are handmade. The artisans manufacture them with the help of cane needles, which are attached to colourful thread. The designs are intricate and the floral patterns are absolutely gorgeous.

The shawls were first prepared in Kashmir’s Kanihama area. The craft holds the area’s cultural heritage and the handicraft gained recognition in other parts of the country.

The craft started long ago in the Mughal era and it went through many changes. Pashmina yarn is used to weave these shawls and this contributes towards the softness.