Gray Handloom Cashmere Scarf is a hand-woven, hand-knitted cashmere scarf that is absolutely one of a kind. The scarves are made from premium gray cashmere wool woven on a traditional backstrap loom. The 100% natural cashmere wool is sourced from local herds that have been carefully washed and dyed with non-toxic, vegetable-based dyes that have been used for centuries to create beautiful colour patterns.
- Brand: Pokhara Nepal Artisans.
- Material: 100% Handloomed Himalayan Cashmere.
- Measurements: L 79" x W 26".
- Handmade in Nepal.
- Care: Dry clean or hand wash cold and lay flat to dry.
Because of the hand-loomed nature of these scarves, each is one-of-a-kind and completely unique. There are slight variations in colours and patterns.
🌿 Put on some cashmere and get cozy!
🌿 This extra-large cashmere scarf can be worn as a wrap or as a layering piece on chilly evenings.
🌿 It is extra soft because it is made of Grade A Himalayan cashmere. These timeless, unisex scarves make wonderful presents because they're not only stylish but also have a meaningful backstory.
Shipping and Return policy:
Shipping fees: $7 for the first scarf + $3 for each additional scarf.
Delivery time: 2 – 5 business days.
Return Policy: Our return policy lasts 14 days from the purchase date. Return shipments must be postmarked within 14 days of receipt to be eligible for a refund. To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging with all tags attached. Learn more about our return policy.
Cashmere from the Nepal/Tibetan Himalayas is known for being among the world's softest. When worn, cashmere is a dream to wear because of how light and luxuriously soft it is while also keeping you very warm. In order to make one scarf out of cashmere, an average of three goats' wool is used!
The weavers who make our cashmere scarves and blankets are blind, deaf, or otherwise disabled. It's important to us to work with a local non-profit organization that helps people become self-sufficient by teaching them weaving skills. Disabled people face prejudice in Nepali society as a whole. They have few or no options for employment. It gives them a sense of self-sufficiency, boosts their confidence, and changes the way their family treats them. It also donates white canes and hearing aids to the disabled community as well as food, medicine and other necessities to aged-care facilities. The organization also helps the poor and distributes aid to earthquake and landslide victims as part of its mission. These are some of our favourite pieces because of the great cause they serve!