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Cashmere

Kashmir is the name given to the soft wool of the rare Capra Hircus goat, which lives in high and cool plateaus in a few countries, especially in China and Mongolia, in the world. Cashmere goat is a strong and agile goat. Lives in the mountains and high sections and very few places. There are flat noses and foreheads. Both the female and her male have a beard. As the winter and nature conditions become difficult and the season prolongs, the cashmere goats of cashmere goats become more beautiful bright and healthy. This silky layer formed in the area from the neck to the bellies of the cashmere goats is collected with special combs in April, dead hairs are extracted and washed in local waters. From dark coffee to white, it is distinguished according to their natural colors and 50 separate operations are passed to a cashmere sweater or fabric. Cashmere raw material can be obtained from a goat a maximum of 30-70 grams in one year, but an average of 300 grams of cashmere for a sweater. In order to obtain a sweater, one -year wool of 4 to 6 cashmere goats is needed. Since Kashmir wanted to grow Cashmere goats in Europe, as it was produced only in certain regions in the world. In the early 19th century, a female and a male cashmere goat was brought to Scotland. However, due to the natural conditions of the region where this goat lived, they could not give the high and acceptable cashmere wool expected from them.

Cashmere, which is considered the most valuable yarn in the world, has been the most valuable garment in all times and cultures that could not find any other yarn to leave its throne for centuries, and prestige was identified with quality.

1- Hypoallergenic.

2- Antibacterial.

3- Thanks to its spiral structure, it keeps your body temperature in balance and breathes.

4- It is a renewable resource. Every year, the product is naturally purchased from goats.

5- Soluble and disappear in nature.