Cashmere is soft, silky and velvety to the touch, giving a warm and delicate feeling. The thinnest and finest part is the down of the undercoat of the Capra Hircus and is called duvet, namely, the soft and woolly lower layer; the thickest part with stiff and coarse hair comes from the outer coat and is called giarre. It is collected by combing the coat by hand during the moulting season, which takes place in spring, without compromising the health of the animal.
Among the properties that make this yarn precious, besides its softness and refinement, is its isothermal property, maintaining a uniform temperature based on the body temperature.
It is soft and velvety to the touch, giving a feeling of comfort and softness that caresses even the most sensitive skin.
Thanks to the meticulous selection of the finest yarn, about 200 grams are obtained from the undercoat of each goat, a reason to make it more select given the limited quantity obtained from this noble fibre.
Artisan processing involves longer production times than the industrial processing, hence the prestige and uniqueness of our garments.