Cashmere, from the Persian word for wool, is popularly known in the west as Cashmere wool is a soft underbelly fur of the mountain goats (Ibex) which lives in the cold high (15000
ft or higher) Himalayan regions in South Asia. Every summer, herders comb the soft under-fur from the goats and after cleaning and spinning, Cashmere yarn is produced. Only 4-8 ounces of Cashmere can be produced in a year.
Luxurious Cashmere is combed directly from the Chyangra (a type of mountain goat found in the Himalayas) and the soft inner part of its fur is then spun into yarn, which is woven to make different types of Cashmere products. Chyangras (mountain goat) are not hurt in any ways in this process since taking the fur out is similar to trimming our hair.
First a high quality Cashmere yarn and spun silk yarns are acquired. Then our local crafts persons who have been practicing the art of weaving (since Cashmere is very thin, extreme expertise is needed to do it properly), a skill handed over from generation to generation, use handlooms to weave this into a thin, warm, soft and beautiful piece of material. This product is then dyed from the hands of our experts who work every detail to produce the color that has been ordered, using the highest quality dye available in the world. Designs are then added either by using dye or embroidery thread depending on the specification and choice of our customers.
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