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Royal Cashmere

Part One

Wrap yourself in luxurious warmth, embraced by the boundless beauty of these free-roaming Cashmere goats.

Part Two

Our Royal cashmere is expertly spun from carefully selected premium quality raw materials, sourced from the renowned Alashan region in the western part of Inner Mongolia, home to the world's finest cashmere.

Part Three

The outcome is a genuinely opulent yarn that delivers a blend of exceptional softness, and voluminous yet lightweight texture, ensuring the ultimate in warmth and performance.


Our partnership with suppliers and dedication to new manufacturing techniques have given us a wide range of certifications to reassure you of unrivaled quality control and belief in sustainable initiatives.

The good cashmere standard

This certification stands for sustainably sourced cashmere from farms where goats are treated responsibly, the environment is protected, and the social, ecological, and economic living conditions of cashmere farmers and their families are respected.

The Good Cashmere Standard is an initiative of the Aid by Trade Foundation with the aim of creating, promoting and implementing a benchmark standard for sustainable cashmere.

The standard incorporates the Five Freedoms as defined by the Farm Animal Welfare Council. The Good Cashmere Standard follows three main principles: promote animal welfare in cashmere production, support cashmere farmers to secure a sustainable source of income and protect the environment.

The Sustainable Fibre Alliance (SFA)

The Sustainable Fibre Alliance is a non-profit International organisation working with the extended cashmere supply chain, from herders to retailers. Their goal is to promote a global sustainability standard for cashmere production order to preserve and restore grasslands, ensure animal welfare and secure livelihoods.

Responsible Wool Standard (RWS)

RWS certification ensures that the wool comes from farms with a progressive approach to managing their land and treat their sheep responsibly. The goals of the RWS are to provide a tool to recognise the best practices of farmers to ensure wool comes from farms that uphold the highest environmental, ethical and socially responsible standards.