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Natural Stripe Alpaca Throw

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$139.95 USD
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Natural Stripe Alpaca Throw
Natural Stripe Alpaca Throw $139.95 USD
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The Natural Stripe throw celebrates the natural and sustainable nature of Alpaca wool. This simple neutral stripe design can be incorporated into any space and exudes comfort and a quiet sophistication.

  • 79" x 57"
  • 200 cm x 145 cm
  • Material: 50% Alpaca 50% Merino Lambswool
  • Made in Ireland by McNutt of Donegal
Welcome to the colourful, beautiful world of John Hanly – makers of 100% Irish-designed woven scarves, throws and fabrics in wool, cashmere, lambswool, mohair and natural fibres. Every John Hanly piece that leaves their mill is testament to craftsmanship, outstanding quality and timeless beauty. They are a heritage brand, weaving for over a century.

They work using only natural fibres as raw materials and all are sourced from renowned suppliers who produce and source their wools and cashmere in a sustained and ethical manner. They demand proof of this before they work with any supplier. They are located beside the Nenagh river in Ballyartella Woollen Mills. That river still drives their water turbine from which they generate their own electricity, so that all their energy is from renewable sources.
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