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    Get a soft spot for Scottish cashmere

    Scottish Cashmere can be supplied as spun yarn, knitted and woven fabrics, and finished garments.

    The cashmere fibre is derived from the hair of the Cashmere goat, and 60% of the world's supply comes from China - specifically, Inner Mongolia.


    Unrivalled experience

    Its rarity is due to the remote regions of production, and the labour-intensive skills required. In this, Scotland has unrivalled expertise, with many of the manufacturing processes used around the world today having started in Scotland over 200 years ago.

    To ask about Scottish cashmere products or production capabilites, drop us an email