EDIT Ø6 - HAND-WOVEN LADAKHI CASHMERE THROW - CREAM
EDIT Ø6 is a beautiful piece of artistry. The thick couch shawl is completely hand-spun and handwoven in Kashmir and the fibre in this throw is taken from the Changra Goat which is found in Ladakh India. These shawls are soft and extremely warm and come in natural colours.
Our Cashmere collection is luxuriously soft, plush and fairly priced. Ideal as a throw or blanket at home, or as an accessory for your travels, or a romantic walk in the countryside!
100% Pure Cashmere Handwoven and Hand-Spun
50 x 100 Inches
Dry clean only. Warm iron. Store In The Luxurious Bag Provided.
Difference between Cashmere and Pashmina?
Pashmina is obtained from the fibres of the Changthangi breed of goats while Cashmere comes from other breeds. Pashmina is exclusively made from a specific breed of mountain goat called Capra Hircus which makes Pashmina is a variety of Cashmere. Pashmina fibre is thinner that is 10-15 microns and the basic Cashmere fabric has 15-19 microns diameter. The goats are not hurt in the process and live happy lives tended to by traditional goatherd.
Colours may vary due to lighting conditions and given its cashmere, variations and imperfections will be there.