Cashmere is a fine and luxurious fiber that is obtained from the Kashmir goat. It is a very rare commodity and it's quality depends on the thickness of the fibers of hair obtained from the goats, which may range between 14 and 30 microns. [More...]
Merino sheep were first bred in Spain where they became prized for their fine wool. It was in 1797, towards the beginning of European settlement, that the breed was introduced into Australia.
An authentic hand-woven Pashmina in pure Himalayan cashmere will be soft, light, crease-resistant and immediately warm to wear. He will present in his weaving slight irregularities guaranteeing its manufacture on a manual loom.