Pashmina Silk Scarf, Red Paisley Stripe
Pashmina is the wool that is taken from the Pashmina goat that lives in the Himalayan Mountains of Nepal, Northern India, and Pakistan. Because of demand the goats are now commercially raised in the Gobi Desert and in Inner and Outer Mongolia.
The Pashmina wool is finer and thinner than cashmere.
So soft and luxurious, this scarf can also be used as a shawl because of its size.
70% Pashmina, 30 % Silk
approx. 27 inches wide, 75 inches long ( without fringe), 3 1/2 inch fringe
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