Pashmina Shawls- Midnight Blue-Wool and Silk-28"x70" 05
70% Pashmina / 30% Silk / Size 28"W X 70"L Pashmina, A fine wool similar to Cashmere. It is made of the undercoat of domestic Himalayan goats. The shawls are made from this wool. The origin of Pashmina is Persian from Pashm means Wool. The wool comes from Pashmina goat, which is a special breed of goat native to high elevation of the Himalayas in Nepal, Pakistan and Northern India. Original pashmina came to highlight after a pashmina shawl was worn by princess Diana. It was first known in the USA 1885
How to take care of
It is hand wash, gentle
detergent such as baby detergent or woolite and cool water, do not squeeze or twist,
just pat. On a towel lay your
wet shawl let air dry. If you want to iron
it use a cool dry iron.