Sentô pashminas are woven in Srinagar, India, in the state of Kashmir using ancient traditional techniques. The fiber comes from Changra goats that lives at very high altitudes in Ladak or Tibet. 

Each step, from harvesting the wool to spinning and weaving, is done entirely by hand. The different types of embroidery each require a particular technique, and are executed by artisans in the Srinagar valley. Each stole, also called Pashmina often requires more than a month of embroidery work. We recommend hand washing our cashmere because it is a fiber that loves water, swelling it and bringing it even more softness.

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