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Sheepskin Throw

Sheepskin Throw

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Item Number: 7344
$105.00 - $263.00
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Our natural Sheepskin Throw brings textural counterpoint to modern interiors with a versatile size and soft, downy pile (minimum pile height of 2.5 inches). Often used as a luxurious floor rug, the throw can also be draped over a favorite armchair, a sofa or a bed for added degrees of warmth and elegance. Produced by the largest sheepskin tannery in the world, the Throw is refined using a 42-step tanning method that retains the pelt’s natural shape and suppleness. Hand wash or dry clean. Made in New Zealand.

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Small: approximately 2' x 3' Large: approximately 2' x 6'

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100% New Zealand sheepskin.

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