Wallace Sewell Shetland Ripple Throw
Strongly influenced by the Bauhaus, Wallace Sewell are renowned for their individual, contemporary fabrics that celebrate colour in geometric forms of bold asymmetric blocks and stripes of varying scale. Initial designs are created on handlooms in Emma Sewell's London studio and Harriet Wallace-Jones' Dorset studio a few miles inland from us in Lyme Regis. Production then takes place in a family run mill in the UK. They have designed for a vast array of clients including the Tate and Transport for London. Contrasting weaves in subtle earthy tones create this intricately patterned throw, available in two different colour ways, woven in Shetland wool, making it durable for both inside and outside use.
Material: 100% Shetland wool
Dimensions: 170cm x 175cm