These hand-woven Nepalese pashminas have a 'self-patterned' print which gives them a slight shimmer and makes them perfect for wearing out underneath the moonlight...
All pashminas are 70% pashmina, 30% silk.
Please note that hand-woven pashminas by definition have very slight variations in colour as they are carefully hand-dyed, and not machine processed.
What is pashmina?
The word pashmina comes from the Nepalese word Pasham which means 'softest wool'. This incredibly fine wool comes from the undercoat of the Himalayan mountain goat, called Chyangra.
Historically, pashmina was prized by kings and nobles and often referred to as the 'diamond' of all fibres.