Tibet is a duvet from the French brand Brun de Vian-Tiran.
The duvet is filled with 30% cashmere and 70% merino wool.
The cashmere goat has one of the finest and best-known fleeces. Already at the beginning of the 19th century the "Société Royale et Centrale d'Agriculture" acknowledged the identity of this breed, also referred to as ‘down goat’ or ‘Tibetan goat’. Throughout Asia, from the Wolga to beyond Gartrop, at the Kirgiz and with the Calmoecks and finally in all countries where the lama religion reigned, this goat lives. The name of the Kashmir province in India. The cashmere goats are predominantly bred in Iran and in Central Asia: China (Xingjian, Tibet), Mongolia. They live at high altitude between 4,000 to 6,000 metres. Under their coarse fleece a protective layer of extremely fine downy hair grows. Brun de Vian-Tiran selects that for the production of its blankets, plaids and duvets due to its lightness and its extreme softness.
The merino breed originally came from Spain and subsequently adapted to the various climates in Europe, Oceania and America (the breed was exported to North America by Columbus on his second voyage). The animal provides us with the softest and finest wool.
The weight is 350 grams/m2. It is aduvet for spring and autumn.
Tibet has a percale mattress cover (finely woven cloth).
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