Irish tweed merino, cashmere, and silk scarf
A luxurious, pebble grey 84% merino Wool 8% cashmere 8% silk scarf with a purled fringe, woven in the foothills of the Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland. Each piece is individually woven on a vintage shuttle loom, almost a century old, that creates a rich weave full of character and a hard-wearing woven selvedge, or self-finished edge. Made by Mourne Textiles, a third generation, family-run business, established in 1949 by textile pioneer Gerd Hay-Edie. 30cm x 200cm
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