Baby Cashmere

Baby Goat Cashmere not to be confused with Cashmere for Babies – well they can be used for babies because the wool is divinely soft, but we are getting off track. So even though that Baby Goat Cashmere Shawl feels heavenly soft and looks ever so stylish, you immediately think: ‘’ooh, those poor little baby…

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A Few Facts about Cashmere

It’s looking like a cold winter this year and our cashmere products have been in high demand, but with that comes a lot of questions. So here are a few facts about Cashmere. Is cashmere hypoallergenic? Cashmere fibre is much like sheep’s wool, but 8 x warmer and not itchy. Cashmere does not contain lanolin,…

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A Really Woolly Business

A Cashmere Factory.

Now that sounds like a huge hall full of machines with a smoking chimney somewhere on the outskirts of town. Instead, you are welcomed by a friendly, bright building in the middle of a residential area in Kathmandu. Here is the production site of our supplier .

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Christmas Delivery Cut -Offs

As we all know, Christmas is a busy time and due to the recent impact that COVID-19 has had on freight and delivery services, we would like to prompt you to get your Christmas shopping done early. That way you can sit back, relax and enjoy the festive season this year… After all, we all deserve…

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What is Tanzanite

Tanzanite is a relatively modern stone and has only been mined commercially since the 1960s. The name “tanzanite” is used for a colour variety of zoisite that ranges from blue, through violet to violetish purple. It is named from where it is mined. Most tanzanite that is on the market today has been heat-treated to…

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Natural Dyes For Silk

Natural Silk Dying is part of the tradition of Mudmee silk. The villagers of the Isaan Region in Thailand use natural dyes derived from seeds, leaves, roots, flowers, fruit,bark and insect resin. Onion skins can be used to make the colour orange, a particular insect is used to make a cochineal red, the indigo plant…

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Our Jacquard Weave Range

When I walked into Keshab’s showroom I walked into a winter wonderland of cosiness and was in awe of the skill that was required to make his beautiful 100% Cashmere Shawls. I fell in love with his Jacquard Weave Shawls as they were not only unique but the price allowed me to resell them to…

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How to Remove and Prevent Cashmere Pilling

You purchase a beautiful new Cashmere Shawl and after a number of wears, you start to notice those pesky little baubles appearing on the shawl. I get it, it’s very frustrating when your new scarf no longer looks so stunning. Unfortunately, even the highest quality cashmere can pill but, there are ways to prevent it…

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Increasing our Cashmere Selection

In 2019 we went to Nepal to met with new suppliers and to introduce Pure Cashmere into our brand. We love Cashmere and love selling it to you and I wanted to make sure that I was aligning myself with the right businesses and for my customers to have absolute faith in what they were…

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