Knitted from the finest cashmere, the Aspen luxury scarf offer the perfect combination of outstanding warmth and delicate softness.
This beautifully soft scarf, made in England, features a sophisticated reversible double-faced construction with a classic ribbed knit on one side and a timeless flat knit on the reverse.
The Aspen highlights our expert craftsmanship and our use of only the finest yarns, to create this exquisite piece, inspired by our luxurious Waddington Cashmere Rib Socks.
The essential luxury wardrobe addition this season, this refined accessory in a bold carbon colourway instantly elevates your cold weather ensembles.
Our 100% pure cashmere scarf measures 183cm in length and has a width of 30cm.
Since 1937, Pantherella has been renowned for the use of the world’s highest quality yarns to make the most luxurious knitted accessories.
Our family-owned company still design, develops and manufactures all our products in Leicester, England, just as we have done for over 80 years.
Our expertise and craftsmanship have been passed down from generation to generation to ensure that Pantherella accessories remain the world’s finest.
Product number: 11003
The most luxurious scarf in the world - cashmere is softer and approximately three times warmer than sheep's wool.
Ideal for wearing through the colder months, cashmere scarves are renowned for their extreme softness, warmth and lustrous quality, making them the perfect accessory for every occasion.
Cashmere is one of the finest natural fibres in the world and is obtained from the hair of Cashmere goats whose coat is made up of two distinct layers – the outer layer (guard hair) and the undercoat (cashmere). The guard hair is coarse and waterproof, which serves to protect the goat (and the undercoat). The undercoat is ultrafine, soft and an excellent insulator, to protect the goat from the extreme cold. Only the soft, ultrafine undercoat is used to produce cashmere. In spring, as the goats moult for summer, they are combed by hand to remove their ultrafine undercoat, while leaving the guard hair intact.
These combings are then washed and sorted to remove any stray guard hairs. What is left is pure cashmere. This laborious process results in a fibre that is exceptionally exquisite and rare. It therefore it commands a higher price than more easily obtained fibres.
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Great care has been put into the creation of your Pantherella socks and to keep them in their premium condition we ask you follow the washing and care instruction on the labels.
As a guide, most of our socks are machine washable at 40°C.
However, we advise that our cashmere and silk socks are handwash only. Our Cashmere Care Guide provides more details on how to look after your Cashmere socks.
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We advise that our luxury Merino Wool and Cashmere scarves are handwash only.