Pashmina & Jewellery
On the high altitudes of 12,000
feet in the Himalayans lives the Chyangra (Capra Hircus
) goat. At such heights the goat survives the cold weather during the winter season, by developing a short fine inner coat of hair, which has over the centuries proven to be a superior fiber.
During the springtime, the ultra soft and fleecy hair from the chest, neck and the under-belly is hand combed and collected. This fine hair is delicately processed into fine yarn of Pashmina (Cashmire
) wool, the most luxurious wool in the world.
There is no doubt that Pashmina (Cashmire
) is the gem of all fabrics, prized by rulers and royals for hundreds of years, since it provides unique qualities such as softness, warmth, lightweight, lasting, as well as stunning colors. This quality ultimately offers the wearer of Pashmina (Cashmire
) an extraordinary feeling of quality, comfort, beauty, elegance and luxury.
# Wash in cold water using alkali free soap
# Do not twist to squeeze
# Always use a piece of cloth and iron on low heat.