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Blanket in New Wool - Slate Blue Loose Weave

€80,00

Designed in Edinburgh, Tartan Blanket took a modern approach to traditional design by mixing timeless herringbone with trend-led tones. Woven from New Wool, which means it is the fibre's first weaving, this blanket is crafted from strong, fine and durable strands to create a chunky texture. The blankets are cosy and...

Designed in Edinburgh, Tartan Blanket took a modern approach to traditional design by mixing timeless herringbone with trend-led tones. Woven from New Wool, which means it is the fibre's first weaving, this blanket is crafted from strong, fine and durable strands to create a chunky texture. The blankets are cosy and warm, perfect for curling up on the couch or keeping on the end of your bed for a chilly night.

 Details

• 100% New Wool
• Measures approx. 150cm x 175cm, including fringing
• Fringing measures approx. 8cm at each end
• Woven in Europe
• Dry clean only

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