The superior cashmere used for these scarves is wholly sourced from native goats in the northern parts of India.

During early springtime the downy hair of the Kashmir goat naturally sheds from the neck and underbelly, which is then combed to produce only the finest fleece. This method, although time consuming due to it’s modest harvest, ensures none of the coarse ‘guard’ hair is collected, as is the case in mass produced sheared cashmere.

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