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About Cashmere

Cashmere, once called the ‘jewel’ of fibers, is one of the finest materials, and since the maximum possible amount obtained from each goat per year is 150-250G and its collecting process is intricate, it is valued as a rare and luxury material.
Additionally, unlike wool that is shaved, cashmere is collected by combing off the goat’s naturally shed hair and then processed, which makes it friendly to both animals and the environment.
Cashmere is graded depending on the goat’s habitat. Among them, Mongolian cashmere known as ‘soft gold’ is recognized as the best due to its higher density and finer fiber than cashmere from other regions and it is 8 times warmer than average wool.