the largest cashmere exporter in China- Consinee cashmere yarn
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There is no doubt that cashmere is one of the most precious and prized natural fiber in the world. It comes from the downy under fleece of the cashmere goat that makes its home in the highest and most inhospitable plateau of Mongolia in China. One goat produces a meager 4.5 oz of under fleece each year, which is painstakingly combed out every spring by herdsmen. A scarf will take the hair of one goat, two or three for a jumper depending on the weight; 60% of each fleece is discarded. However, it is what happens next that makes the difference between run-of-the-mill and quality cashmere. Consinee choose natural cashmere from places of origin in Inner Mongolia, Gansu, Qinghai province in China with fineness from 13.2-15.5 microns and low impurity content.

Ever since Victorian England "discovered" the loft, warmth and feel of fabric made from Cashmere, it has been in demand for its excellent features in high society. Just pick up a novel or a fashion magazine, especially in the Fall, and you will see references to cashmere sweaters, socks, suits and shawls... all costing a lot of money. Because of the wonderful feel or handfeel of the fiber combined with low bulk and high loft. Historically, demand for these items has remained steadily high through feast and famine, war and peace. These factors combined make the warmest, softest and most comfortable garment.