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Wholesale season for cashmere pashmina!!!

Wholesale season for cashmere pashmina products has been started; we are receiving tons of enquiries from different parties all over the world regarding the partnership.  This year we have added few special designs of cashmere pashmina, it includes our best range of “E-card” cashmere, and diamond exclusive thin ring cashmere. Price has been slightly increased due to the increasing dolor rate and the diminishing trend of “Nepali Rupees” vs. USD. We are offering best prices for wholesalers and retailers. We are also focused on providing the best quality cashmere pashmina.   [ Short URL ... ]

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what is pashmina?

What is pashmina? This question has been there since a decade, lots of people still searching in Google, yahoo and other search engine to know more and more about pashmina. Wikipedia has very nice analysis regarding pashmina in their website but it explanation is bit complicate so I am trying to simplified the definition here. Pashmina is a fabric or wool that is produced from a mountain goat called “Carpahircus”. It’s available in high mountain area of Upper Mongolia, Tibet and Himalayas of Nepal & India. Pashmina is also known as cashmere in European market. Cashmere shawls have been manufactured

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wedding wholesale pashmina

Most of us are really confused about what to offer as wedding favor.  Pashmina shawls and wraps have been major products since a decade to be used in wedding favor. If you look at in number of wedding forum, blogs and website, you will see that most of peoples are after the pashmina and cashmere products. It’s an easy yet high standard gift for wedding. Pashmina fabrics are always in fashion so it’s not outdated. All we have to do is choosing a right supplier for wholesale pashmina and buying the appropriate quality pashmina.  If your budget is “Low, think

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pashmina and cashmere

The successes of productions marketed as pashmina – an Indo Nepali word for cashmere – has rocketed in recent years; yet most consumers aren’t sure what pashmina is. That’s not surprising, as pashmina is not a pronouncing term recognized by the Wool Act and rulers. Experts tell the Federal Trade Commission in USA there is no pashmina fiber that is isolate and distinct from the cashmere vulcanized fiber. Cashmere shawls are literally fabricated in Nepal and Kashmir for thousands of years. The trial for a timbre pashmina is warmness and feel. Pashmina and Cashmere are produced by mountain goats. One

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wholesale pashmina pricing

Pashmina prices are very competitive in international market, but pashmina products are never same. Every supplier produces all different types of pashmina so that the quality of pashmina and the prices of it vary. You will receive so many different prices and hear different story of pashmina with each different supplier. It’s always confusing.  So if you are looking for wholesale pashmina , you should be very careful. Pashmina qualities are judged by its thread quality, if a supplier uses higher grade of thread, the quality is high, if he uses lower grade of thread then the quality is low.

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pashmina products varities

The Nepalese Pashmina industries produce different varieties of Pashmina products like; shawl, stole, scarf, muffler and blanket etc. Among these, Pashmina shawl and wrap items are most popular. These are also many types; i.e. plain and pure Pashmina, embroidered, shaded, beaded, reverse, water and printed Pashmina etc. Some others varieties are Pashmina sweaters and Pashmina fabric. Pashmina Shawls and Pashmina scarves The shawl and scarves are woven with a Pashmina over silk. Luxurious 100 percent pure Pashmina shawl and scarves are woven with a Pashmina over Pashmina. Shawl and scarves are found in many colors and shades. It has a

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Procedure of Processing Raw Materials

Pashmina wool is produced by underbelly inside hairs of Caprahircus. The annual wool of three goats is required to produce one shawl. However, these goats are not harmed in the process of Pashmina raw materials; as it is collected as natural shedding. This is in contrast to the process of producing Shatoosh, in which the Tibetan antelopes are killed.  But Caprahircus is not killed in the process of producing Pashmina. In Caprahircus life time people collect Pashmina more than twenty times. After natural shedding, they collect the inside hair and select the big microns hair from Pashmina wool. Then Pashmina

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Pashmina History

To understand and feel the real importance about Pashmina products, first it has to be started with its historical background. However, Pashmina history has been mentioned differently by different persons in different ways in different places. In this chapter, an attempt has been made to review Pashmina history mentioned by different people in their writings. Origin of Pashmina in Nepal started long back. The mountain people of Nepal depended on the fabric they had woven for warmth, for easy travel and for survival. In many high mountain areas and semi-tropical jungles, they continued to weave for their perfect protection and

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Pashmina production process

Wool Collection :First of all the wool from Chyangra (Capra Hircus) goat is collected. The pashmina wool is collected every spring. Then the soft fine pashmina is separated form the thick coarse hair. And both the soft pashmina and the thick coarse hair is taken for their further process. Spinning: The pashmina wool is collected every spring and is basically spun by hand. The yarn is spun on a spinning wheel locally known as ‘Charkha’. Prior to spinning, the raw material is treated by stretching and cleaning it to remove any dirt and soaked for a few days in a

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what is pashmina?

Pashmina is known as the “diamond fiber” and the “soft gold of high Asia” is one of the finest, softest and warmest wool found in nature. Pashmina is a pure Nepali word which comes from ‘pashm’. Pashm means inside hairs of CapraHircus.Pashmina is sometimes called ‘shamina’,’cashmere’ and sometimes it confused with ‘shatoosh’. Both Pashmina and Cashmere wool comes from CapraHircus wool and Shatoosh wool is comes from Tibetan antelopes. However, Pashmina is unlikely than Cashmere and Shatoosh. It’s wool is most finest, softest and warmest than Cashmere wool.Pashmina wool is comes from under belly of Caprahircus (chyngra), the mountain goat