An ultra-fine, 100% pure cashmere scarf handwoven in a Nepalese manufactory from the finest yarn possible. It is extremely light and almost transparent, with which it reminds us of a mist. Despite this airiness, it provides a lot of warmth and has other unique qualities of cashmere – it is very durable, has thermoactive and water repellent properties.
This cashmere shawl is called Ring Pashmina in Nepal because it is woven from such a thin yarn that you can pull it through a ring, despite its large size. This is the highest grade ultimate-quality class of cashmere shawls, as the thinner the shawl is, the more difficult it is to weave and therefore the more valuable it is.
A natural property of this grade of cashmere is a slight sheen if it is woven in a certain way – the cashmere mist has this beautiful and delicate sheen.
An absolute all-year-rounder, especially for cool spring and summer nights.