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Wool Throw Blanket by Bronte - Merino Lambswool - Pinstripe (Beige)
Pinstripe Merino Wool Throw Blanket in Beige
Pinstripe Merino Wool Throw Blanket in Beige
Pinstripe Merino Wool Throw Blanket in Beige
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Pinstripe Merino Wool Throw Blanket in Beige

$60.00 $120.00

Wrap yourself in the warmth and luxury of a Bronte by Moon merino throw blanket. This classic herringbone is timeless and complements both traditional and modern interiors.

Made with extremely fine 100% merino lambswool, the blanket is soft - not scratchy - against your skin. It’s lightweight but as warm as a thicker blanket.

  • Feels soft and luxurious against the skin
  • Lightweight and thin but with a high warmth to weight ratio
  • Drapes beautifully on a sofa or chair
  • Breathable and wicks away moisture
  • Merino is a natural, biodegradable and renewable fiber
  • Naturally odor, stain and fire resistant
  • 55 x 72.5 inches (approximate)
  • Dry clean only

Bronte by Moon

Bronte by Moon craft a beautiful range of throws from its historic Moon mill in Guiseley, Yorkshire, England. Established in 1837 and with over 180 years of proud British manufacturing and design heritage to its name, Bronte by Moon is one of Great Britain’s last remaining vertical woolen mills.

The term ‘vertical’ is a throwback to the Victorian era when mills would rise several stories, with each floor containing separate parts of the manufacturing process. Today, it remains a unique confirmation of Bronte by Moon’s authenticity. It controls every stage of production from raw wool to the finished product, including the dyeing, blending, carding, spinning, warping, weaving and finishing.

Bronte by Moon creates collections with a balance between innovative design and traditional craft, with consistent high quality.

Its passion for distinction remains as strong now as ever, carrying the message of what it truly means to be ‘Made in Great Britain.