Teixidors – Plaid Jazz 100% Cashmere

369,00

Teixidors – Plaid Jazz 100% Cashmere

369,00

Plaid 100% Cashmere

140 x 180 cm

*Different color options

Handmade in Catalonia – Terrassa

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On their traditional wooden looms, we create unique pieces using the highest quality raw materials, such as wool, cashmere, linen, silk and yak.

Manual looms enable them to create deliciously imperfect borders on their pieces. A wool blanket becomes a work of art full of nuances, reflecting the individuality of each weaver.

Their products – scarves, shawls, blankets, cushion covers, bedspreads, and more – don’t require sophisticated finishing processes. Because they use quality materials, they simply determine the right combination of ecological soap, temperature and washing time, and the natural properties of the cloth are revealed.

 

 

More information

Cashmere is the most valued of all textile fibres. Pieces woven with this fibre are extraordinarily soft.

The great worldwide demand of cashmere is generating delicate situations in the producing countries due to the great increase of flocks of goats of this race and the corresponding erosion of the land because of over exploitation. Well aware of this situation, Teixidors manages the use of cashmere with the delicacy and respect this fibre deserves. It experiments with mixes with other noble fibres which complement the virtues of cashmere and with the composition 100% cashmere it develops extremely light weaves giving Teixidors cashmere its own personality and so by obtaining maximum softness and lightness with the minimum of fibre.

 

A social project

Teixidors create unique, unrepeatable products made with highest quality materials that always follow an entirely manual process. Their project is not a romantic utopia; it’s a work philosophy with a focus on singularity, on the beauty of unique items.

Philosophy

Teixidors drinks from the fountain of artisan work, tools, processes and attitude. They use classic wool looms, they thread the best raw materials (Merino wool, cashmere, linen…) and they follow a strictly manual process. This is the core of their work, a recipe that combines tradition with a vision of the future.