• Cashmere Wool

  • Cashmere Wool

Cashmere wool

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What is cashmere wool?

Cashmere is a natural speciality animal fibre, derived from the soft undercoat of a range of Asiatic goat breeds. The wool of cashmere goats has been processed into beautiful textiles since around 1000 BC in their homeland, the Kashmir Valley in the Jammu-Kashmir state of northern India. Nowadays, cashmere is primarily produced in China but other major cashmere-producing countries include Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan ,Iran and Turkmenistan. There are also large cashmere goat breeding farms in Australia, New Zealand and Scotland, where mostly white wool species are bred; the wool then being later dyed with colour.

How make goats the cashmere?!

Cashmere is the goat’s soft, downy undercoat, grown to its maximum length by mid-winter and shed in early Spring. Any goat can grow cashmere, but those we call “cashmere goats” have been selectively bred to produce it in significant amounts.

The quality of the cashmere fleece is determined by three factors: its length, its diameter, and the degree of crimping. 

Properties & Qualities of Cashmere

Cashmere is known for its extreme softness, warmth and lustrous quality, a result of its extremely fine fibres. The fineness of the fibre is typically between 7 and 19 microns. In comparison, ordinary sheep’s wool has a diameter of 36 microns. This fineness gives cashmere its silky feel – and it’s truly an uncomparable expereince. In addition, the fibres are The annual production of cashmere from each goat is about 150 grams, which is why it is considered to be so rare and therefore so luxurious. Cashmere occurs naturally in only three colours: white, gray and brown, but can be dyed any colour.