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Windowpane Alpaca Throw

$249 sale price
$249 last chance price
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Wonderfully warm and fluffy, this alpaca throw is an instant classic. Ideal for gifting or cuddling up at home. Take it from bed to sofa, and back to bed again.

Size: 50" x 70"
ivory
black
50" x 70"

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Wonderfully warm and fluffy, this alpaca throw is an instant classic. Ideal for gifting or cuddling up at home. Take it from bed to sofa, and back to bed again.

  • The Details
    • Made of 85% Peruvian alpaca, 3% wool, 12% nylon (for stability).
    • Crafted in Peru.
    • Dry clean only.
    • Please note: Natural alpaca will shed.
  • About Our Alpaca Throw

    Extra thick and fluffy, this throw is woven at a generous 670 grams per square meter and brushed for a super soft handfeel. Exceptionally warm alpaca fibers are supported with wool and nylon threads for superior durability and structure.

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Our premium quality alpaca fleece comes from small-scale, family-owned farms in Peru – where alpaca fleece production has provided a livelihood for many generations. It is an eco-friendly fabric, as alpaca herds are naturally low-impact to their environment, with padded feet and a grazing style that doesn’t tear up the terrain.

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