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Classic Pashmina Scarves - 30x150cm

These fine cashmere and silk scarves are so perfectly handy that you can take it everywhere you go. They measure 150cm (60″) long and 30cm(12") wide, which means they are best worn like a usual scarf.

A pashmina scarf in this size is lightweight yet still provides warmth. Cashmere is so efficient. It will fold to a convenient size, so it can be the handy scarf that you carry everywhere. Just in case you find yourself somewhere a little cold, or you just fancy a splash of colour.

These scarves are finished with hand twisted tassels. The material is made with 70% cashmere and 30% silk. Adding some silk to the mix allows the weavers to weave the fabric a little tighter and it also gives the fabric has a slight sheen.


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£39.00£163.36  .

Reviews Of Classic Cashmere And Silk Scarves

  1. Moira B. (verified owner)

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  2. Anonymous (verified owner)

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    Colour not as expected, would recommend asking for the swatch book to know the exact colour your ordering. Staff have been incredibly helpful arranging the return.

    Bespoke Pashminas - 70% Cashmere / 30% SilkBespoke Pashminas – 70% Cashmere / 30% Silk

  3. Sheena M. (verified owner)

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    Beautiful scarf pashmina.
    I love the colour it’s what I would call saffron.
    The scarf is lovely and lightweight so very easy to ware, and just the right length. Beautiful soft fabric being cashmere and silk mix.
    Delivery was nice and prompt by Royal Mail tracked.
    Delighted, just need to pick which colour I want next.

    Pashmina Scarf - 30x150cm - 70% Cashmere/30% Silk - ApricotPashmina Scarf – 30x150cm – 70% Cashmere/30% Silk – Apricot

  4. Anonymous (verified owner)

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  5. Angela Hiley (verified owner)

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