Puna Throw | Natural White
From Trade Price:
150 x 150 cm + tassels | approx. 59" x 59"
150 x 200 cm + tassels | approx. 59” x 79”
Fibre: 65% llama fibre + 35% sheep wool
Construction: Loomed on a machine and finished by hand
Made by: Puna weavers
Description + -
Pampa throws & blankets are made by artisans who live on the salt flats and elevated plains of northern Argentina in a place known as the Puna.
To bring you our Pampa throws & blankets we’ve teamed up with Argentinean textile brand La Hilandería and the NGO Warmi project. The Warmi promotes financial stability for the remote communities of the Puna through projects in health, resource management and traditional crafts. Profits from the sale of woven textiles are used by the community to fund their children’s education.
Pampa throws & blankets are woven carefully and sourced directly from the artisans at a fair price. When you purchase a Pampa blanket, you’re helping us trace the map that connects Argentina’s talented artisans with the global community.
Please note: Whilst we do our best to represent the colour accurately, wool is a raw fibre so please expect slight variations in gradient and tone.
Care and instructions + -
Dry clean only.
For more info refer to our Care + Maintenance.
Shipping info + -
Delivery times will vary from product to product and also depend on your location.
Throws & Blankets will be delivered within 3 to 10 business days Australia wide and within 8 to 15 business days for international customers.
Please note: International delivery costs do not include any taxes or duties which may be applied by customs at the destination country. Any duties or taxes incurred are the responsibility of the delivery recipient.
For more info refer to our FAQ + Shipping and returns.
Style tip + -
Made in communities where the winter is cold, our Puna throws are the perfect accessories to keep warm this season.
PLANT TREES WITH US
Pampa is proud to partner with environmental charity One Tree Planted on crucial reforestation projects around the world. When you buy a rug or a print, you're planting 5 trees, and for other Pampa pieces you're planting 1 tree.