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Dakar Alpaca Throw, Camel

D. Bryant Archie

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Dakar Alpaca Throw, Camel

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Product Information

Size:

59" x 79"

Color:

camel/tan

Made of:

baby alpaca wool

Care:

Dry-clean.

Why We Love This

Striped diamond motifs like this one can be found in textiles from just about every continent. This particular throw, made of whisper-soft baby alpaca wool, was handwoven in Peru.

Why We Love This

Striped diamond motifs like this one can be found in textiles from just about every continent. This particular throw, made of whisper-soft baby alpaca wool, was handwoven in Peru.

About D. Bryant Archie

While honeymooning in Marrakech, D. Bryant Archie dreamed of a blanket collection inspired by the colors, textures, scents, and sounds surrounding her. Since then her New York-based company has expanded its line to include pillows, towels, and table linens crafted by global artisans using centuries-old indigenous techniques.