Curious you come…Mesmerized you go!
Yes, it happens every time when you come to the Shaw Brothers – the only emporium for authentic Kashmiri handicrafts and handlooms. As a source of inspiration for millions of artisans across Kashmir, it has been unfolding a saga of breathtaking masterpieces for over a century. Today, it’s the hallmark of tradition, quality and authenticity of handicrafts and handlooms – in India and abroad.
In 1840, Shaw Brothers, the pioneer in Kashmir handicrafts came into being. Keeping centuries old traditions alive, it has survived through vagaries of time and skills. Over the years, it has carved a niche for itself in the crowded industry of fashion accessories and home furnishing. On the podium of fortitudes and novelty, it has cornered the major share of domestic and global markets. In the international arena it’s proudly associated with leading designers, chain of stores and big business houses like Liberty, Barneys, Neiman Marcus, Alberto Pinto, John Stefanidis, Jim Thompson, Mughal, Le Bon Marche, Ungaro, Massimo Dutti, La Perla, Max Mara, Givenchy, Loro Piana, Etro, Inditex Group, Lisa Corti, Harrods, Black, Boch, Prada, Drakes London, Caravane and most recently YSL.
Today, it’s known as one of the largest manufacturers of handicrafts and handlooms with its own manufacturing looms spread all across India. No wonder, more than 3500 families are weaving their dreams with Shaw Brothers by delivering quality and perfection. Before India’s independence, it had offices in Singapore, Calcutta, and Karachi. Today, it has more than seven showrooms in Delhi and an export office, which looks after its foreign clients and exports.
Material things are immaterial, except when it comes from the house of Shaw Brothers. Shaw Brothers is poised to play an indelible role in bringing the finest hands under one roof to deliver the finest things to the world and vow to continue and uphold its tradition of quality and trust.