Our company Pashmina USA is based in Dallas, Texas, we specialize in the highest quality Pashmina products, handmade in Kathmandu, Nepal by craftspeople. We guarantee the highest level of customer satisfaction. If for some reason you do not like the pashmina you received, just return within 2 weeks and get your money back. NO questions asked!
Grade A Pashmina wool
Made from the best quality grade `A` pashmina wool and silk. Did you know that there are four grades of pashmina wool available? We only stock the very best quality for all of our pashminas. Before buying read what our customers say. Look at other onlineshops and see who else states their quality. Backed by our money back guarantee you can be confident of your purchase. We challenge you to find a cheaper priced genuine pashmina shawl of this quality anywhere even at internet prices. Click Here to read about how our pashmina products are made . Our prices are very low, less than half what you would pay in many high street stores, Go Shopping.
Where does Pashmina wool come from?
Pashmina is the finest cashmere pashmina wool combed from the underbelly of Capra Hircus goat from the Himalayan regions of Tibet, Mongolia, Kashmir and Central Asia at elevations of 14,500 feet and above, where temperatures rarely rise above minus 30 degrees centigrade in winter. Pashmina is the goat’s soft underbelly down, which lies under the coarse outer hair. The diameter of the fiber is about five times smaller than a human hair.
Each goat produces about 3 ounces of wool each year. To produce one shawl requires the wool from 3 goats, the goats are not harmed in the process, as it is collected after being shed naturally. This is unlike the process of producing shahtoosh, in which the Tibetan Chiru antelopes are killed. We do not deal with such products.
Our Pashmina products.
All our pashminas are individually hand loomed by Nepalise craftspeople. Beware of traders selling machine loomed pashminas as the far superior hand loomed variety. Every winter the wool is sheared from the mountain goats and washed and graded. The wool is spun into yarn. Silk yarn and pashmina yarn are hand-woven in wooden frames, the ends are cut and ready to be dyed individually by hand. After dyeing, fringes are knotted and cleaned for final packaging. There is absolutely no child labor used in our products.
Our Business and promise to you.
We keep our prices as low as possible by buying directly from the weavers and selling directly to you. Before buying please read our customers testimonials. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. All items are inspected before they leave the store. However, if for ANY reason you are unhappy with the products you received, please send them back undamaged within 2 weeks of purchase for a full refund, NO questions asked! Please read our returns policy