Soft, supple and luxurious, cashmere has long been regarded as one of the world's most luxurious fabrics. Cashmere comes from the fleece of the cashmere goat, found in Inner Mongolia, China, Iran, Iraq, Turkey and Afghanistan and the earliest documented usage dates back to the 14th century. It takes a single goat one year to produce enough cashmere for a scarf. The fibres, which are longer, smoother and straighter than sheep's wool, are removed with a comb from under the goat's chin, then spun into a filament ready to be woven or knitted. Shop the finest of these fibres that we've hand picked to craft the world's finest ties, but don't hesitate, as these are made in extremely limited amounts and once they're gone they're gone.