The rarity of cashmere is proven by the fact that its production only represents 0.5% of the world's wool production. Cashmere fibres are collected from cashmere goats, hundreds of millions of which live in Mongolia and China.
These two countries make up 75% of the world's cashmere production. The rest is from farms in Central Asia, especially Iran and Afghanistan. This cashmere does not, however, reach the quality of the one that comes from the Himalayan plateaus, where the goats live in better conditions. All cashmere products we offer in our online store are sourced from Nepal. These are some of the highest-quality cashmere products you can find on the market.