Nothing warms you faster and more elegantly than two yards of luxuriously soft, tightly woven cashmere wool. Shorn from the necks of cashmere goats, it’s approximately three times more insulating than sheep wool. The rich color—Boffin red—takes its name from Charles Dickens’ character Mr. Boffin, who treasured the deep red calfskin bindings of old books, and their purple ribbon page markers. From Ireland’s oldest working woolen mill, founded in 1723
in County Wicklow. 100% cashmere wool. Boffin red with purple stripe and fringe; subtle, reversible pattern. 70"l x 10"w plus 3" fringe..