Berber RBR

Traditionally used by Berbers to protect themselves from the cold, these blankets are handmade with wooden looms by Berber women in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco.

They are characterized by their well-known knotted details and their combination of bright colors, which have been inspired by the landscape of the mountains. Its comfort and versatility makes it a perfect functional piece to use, being ideal to protect you from the cold on those chilly outdoor nights or just as a homedecor or yoga blanket.


Characteristics:

Composition: 70% Acrylic / 30% Wool
Size: 170x200cm
Weight: 340gr/m2

Washing instructions: Wash in cold water / Do not tumble dry / Do not bleach / Do not iron

Due to the handmade nature of the blankets, small variation on the colours could be found.
€37.15
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BERRBR
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