Herringbone Cashmere Throw | Champagne
There is truly nothing more indulgent than a cashmere throw. This one is handmade on traditional looms by weavers in Nepal from Grade A Himalayan cashmere. This timeless throw makes a great gift and carries with it, a story you can feel good about.
- Material: 100% Handloomed Himalayan Cashmere
- Measurements: L 68" x W 54"
- Handmade with love in Nepal
- Care: Dry clean or hand wash cold and lay flat to dry.
- Because of the hand-loomed nature of these scarves, each is one-of-a-kind and completely unique. There are slight variations in colors and patterns.
More to Know
Nepal/Tibetan Himalayan cashmere is renowned as some of the softest cashmere in the world. Cashmere is extremely light and luxuriously soft yet keeps you extremely warm.
All of Slate + Salt's cashmere scarves and throws are handloomed in Pokhara Nepal by blind, deaf, or disabled weavers. They partner with a local non-profit organization that provides them with the tools, training, and support necessary to become independent through weaving. In Nepal, the disabled are discriminated against in mainstream society. They have little or no opportunities for work. Weaving allows them to enjoy an independent life, increases their self-esteem, and also improves the way they are treated by their family. The organization further gives back to the disabled community by donating white canes, hearing aids, and wheelchairs, providing food, medicine, and essential goods for aged-care homes, helping the poor, and distributing relief to earthquake and landslide victims. With such a great cause, these are our most favorite pieces.
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