Pashmina is an almost generic name for accessories made from a type of wool that is obtained from a special breed of goat endemic to high altitudes of the Himalayan Range Belt of Asia. The name comes from Pashmineh, made from Persian pashm ("wool"). The special goat's fleece has been used for thousands of years to make high-quality shawls that also bear the same name. Cashmere shawls have been manufactured in Kashmir and Nepal for thousands of years, but the Indians never called them "pashmina". They were popularly called Kashmiri wool shawls. The Pashmina is quite soft.
These scarves are direct from Kathmandu and are 70% Pashmina wool and 30% Silk. This lightweight pashmina is called 'water' pashmina and can be worn year round.
Soft supple and a joy to wear. 28" by 80"