Poppy Pashmina

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Handcrafted and handwoven in Nepal on traditional looms, this cashmere pashmina is made with the highest quality yarns in the world, thus producing the world's most luxurious cashmere.

This pashmina Is pattern-free making it easy to wear and the perfect accessory for everyday use or dressed up for special occasions.

This pashmina is made from 70% cashmere and 30% silk.

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Brand Cocowai
Country of Origin Handcrafted in Nepal
Material 70% cashmere 30% silk
Pattern Plain
Care Dry Clean Only
Size 200 x 73cm

About The Maker

Cocowai Cashmere

Having lived and worked in Nepal, Frances Macaulay founded Cocowai Cashmere in 1996, and was a pioneer in bringing the 'pashmina' into Britain. As well as having a passion for high quality cashmere, Frances has always respected where it comes from. Fair and ethical trade and supporting traditional craft is central to both Cocowai's philosophy and continued success. Cocowai continues to work with the same small family run factory, producing luxury hand woven cashmere goods. Much of the yarn comes from the Himalayan Mountain Goat, and a little from the Great Mongolian Desert. Traditionally goats are kept in small groups and left to roam freely in the mountains during the daytime and are looked after by the equivalent of British shepherds. When the weather gets warmer, the goats begin to moult, and rather than being shawn, this is when they are combed and their beautiful yarn collected.