Sadhu Handmade Cashmere Scarves

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Sadhu Handmade Cashmere Scarves

145.00 290.00

These handspun and handwoven, pure pashmina scarves are imported from Kashmir, India. Lustrous with a softness equal to a baby’s skin, the generous scarves can be a stole to cover your shoulders, a scarf to bunch up around the neck and a head wrap to tie up hair.

The scarves are feather-light and offer warmth suitable for year round wear. Their interplay of colors, asymmetric lines and traditional weave impart a unique and timeless quality. Woven patterns and colors vary. Limited availability.

  • Material: 100% cashmere
  • Measurement: W 24 inches x L 86 inches
  • Colors: Vary
  • Care: Hand wash in cold water, using a soft, pure soap. No bleach. Lay flat to air-dry away from direct sunlight.
  • Origin: Kashmir, India

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  • 100% sustainable, hand production, these exquisite scarves preserve the 2,000 year-old tradition of hand spinning and weaving employed by Kashmiri artisans for their living. Due to the fragile nature of the hand spun yarn, weaving pashmina is a time-consuming process - a 7-foot (2 meter) long plain scarf takes 3 days to complete.
  • Pashmina refers to the cashmere fabric woven from “pashm”, the soft downy undercoat that grows primarily on the neck and belly of the Himalayan mountain goat, Capra Hiracus, or pashmina goat. The yarn has a special luster due to its long, fine fibers that are as thin as 14 microns. In comparison, human hair is 200 microns and the finest merino wool is 23 microns.
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