It’s the unique qualities of the fibres that make cashmere so desirable. No other fibre merits so many superlatives: Cashmere is far finer than even the finest wool (cashmere: 14 -16 micron / superfine merino wool: 19 micron);...
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The first step in processing raw (also known as “greasy”) cashmere is to sort the fibres by quality and colour. But even before this can happen, all non-fibrous impurities must first be removed by hand. Then the fibres are…
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Country of origin
Top-quality cashmere calls for experienced herders who really look after their goats − and for the ideal climate. To make sure we get top-quality yarn that meets our discerning standards, we source our raw cashmere from…
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To this day, the finest raw fibres for our super cashmere yarns are still hand-combed from the goats. The more carefully the herders work, the higher the prices they will obtain for their bales of raw cashmere.
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As an international brand, we set great store by the ethnic diversity of our workforce. Our colleagues in Mongolia and Inner Mongolia, for example, are responsible for supplying our raw material.
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