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Banded Alpaca Throw

$199 sale price
$199 last chance price
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A year-round layering piece you’ll never want to put down. Loomed from soft, 100% alpaca yarn – this boho throw is handmade in Peru using time-honored techniques. Pair with a cup of tea and our matching Banded Alpaca Pillow Cover.

Size: 50" x 70"
50" x 70"

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A year-round layering piece you’ll never want to put down. Loomed from soft, 100% alpaca yarn – this boho throw is handmade in Peru using time-honored techniques. Pair with a cup of tea and our matching Banded Alpaca Pillow Cover.

  • The Details
    • Made of 100% Preuvian alpaca yarn.
    • Yarn dyed for color variation.
    • Dry clean only.
    • Made in Peru.
  • About Our Banded Alpaca

    Naturally fuzzy, our banded alpaca items are handmade in Peru by expert craftspeople. They begin with a 2 day process of setting each handloom, then are able to weave 5 to 6 items per day. Once woven, the fabric is washed and softened for a unique, cozy feel.

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We are Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified (16.HUS.93300, HOHENSTEIN HTTI), meaning this product surpasses the highest criterion of testing for harmful chemicals and synthetics. Unlike other bedding brands, we don't artificially soften our fabrics. Learn more on the Blog

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