Wool throw blanket, 'Isle of Inishmore' - Irish Aran Throw Curate

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Isle of Inishmore Irish Aran Throw

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Aran knitting is well known for its wealth of intricate stitches and symbolism. In this cozy wool throw, the diamond stitch represents prosperity, the honeycomb stitch represents the hard work of the honeybee and the rewards of an industrious life, and the cable stitch stands in for the fishing rope that was so essential to livelihood on the Aran Islands. The throw blanket is knit from 100% merino wool.

  • 0.96 kgs
  • 2.1 lbs
  • 152.4 cm L x 106.7 cm W
  • 60" L x 42" W

  • 100% merino wool
  • Dry clean or hand wash
  • Free Gift Wrap? No
  • Premium Gift Wrap? No
  • Made in Ireland.
  • Ships fast from USA.

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