Undyed cashmere pashmina scarf made of a mix of natural beige on the weft and natural cream on the warp. This creates a slightly heavier than the fully natural beige version but has a very elegant flair to it.
Cashmere is combed out by herding nomads from the small Pashmina goat living high up in the mountains of Ladakh, India, in the Himalayan range. The hair is hand spun by ladies in Srinagar, then weaved also by hand, on old traditional wooden looms. Can be worn as a scarf, a wrap or a shoulder shawl.
Note: the last photo compare this version with the new mix beige and cream version of the natural undyed pashmina (on top, beige on bottom)
Entirely handmade in family homes in Kashmir
- 100% handspun fine cashmere from the mountain goats of Ladakh
- An authentic Kashmir Creation design