Fine. Warm. Precious.
Mongolian cashmere goats have a fine, downy undercoat that protects them from the harsh, cold winters. Cashmere fiber has a unique crimp or curl that holds pockets of warm air close to the body. Each Mongolian cashmere goat produces 250 to 300 grams of cashmere per year. After combing, washing, and removing the coarser hair, less than 50% remains, and these are the precious fibers that are knit and woven into our unique homewares and accessories.