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Handwoven Red Color Angoora Wool Shawl
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This all-natural, hand-woven maroon shawl with a beautiful big patti design will make you experience superior warmth and the luxury of elegant draping. Made from pure wool by traditional Himachali artisans, its rich, soft and lightweight texture makes it an must-have for your winter wardrobe.
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Tribes India brings you this hand-woven, pure wool maroon shawl that has been crafted with utmost care by tribal artisans from the state of Himachal Pradesh. With this Tribes India shawl, you know that you will not only exude elegance and style, but will also be warm and cozy throughout the winter. The long fiber length and extra fine microns of this fabric will give you the warmest embrace. The big patti is a tribal pattern that has been creatively weaved on the soft, lightweight fabric to enhance the allure of this shawl and give a traditional tribute to the Himachali heritage. This exquisite maroon colour can be styled gracefully with your favorite salwar kameez or sari for a chic and sophisticated winter look.
- Brand: Tribes India
- Color: Red
- Size: One Size
- Tribe: Bodh
- State: Himachal Pradesh
- Care Instruction: Machine wash or Dry clean.
Note: Although, an artisan does take care to maintain pattern and colour scheme however to create identical products a little variation could be seen against the image shown here being hand made products.
Disclaimer: There might be little shade variation between actual product and image shown on the screen due to photography effect.
Usually, all our orders are dispatched within 2 working days.
Once we receive the returned item, the partial/ complete refund is processed within 7 working days.
Cancellation / Return / Exchange Policy
Our return & refund policy applies as long as the products are unworn, unwashed, without stains, unharmed, and with every single unique tag in tacked and is bundling flawless.
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