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There are many myths about pashmina floating around out there. The biggest confusion seems to be what the difference between cashmere and pashmina is. The short story is there is absolutely no difference. Both pashmina and cashmere are fabrics made from the undercoat of domesticated goats living on high elevations primarily in Himalaya....

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Pashmina, or cashmere, is a remarkably practical use of an animal by-product that would otherwise be unused. Each year, the mountain goats known as changra in the Nepali language, shed their fur in preparation for the heat of the summer months. Out on the remote locations where the goat farmers make their home, the goats are carefully brushed during this moulting season, and before the precious fur can be lost, it is collected and gathered for us...

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Autumn is approaching and we are therefore pleased to welcome Scottish Glen Prince, supplying scarves, hats, gloves for the cold and windy time. Glen Prince is a British family run business which was founded in 1990 and is famous throughout the world for their luxurious scarves in lambswool and cashmere. Glen Prince uses only the best materials for their scarves....

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We are proud to present CASHMERE CULTURE as our supplier of timeless hand woven pashmina shawls and stoles. Because we deal directly with the manufacturer and buying large quantities we can offer CASHMERE Cultures high quality and elegant designs at an attractive price....