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Sunset Woven Throw

$65.00

Price: $65.00

Item#:2002203

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Our cotton and wool-blend throw is handwoven in Uttar Pradesh, a northern Indian state that shares a border with Nepal. The red, orange, and gold hues are inspired by the sunrise over the Ganges River, which flows through the southeastern part of Uttar Pradesh.


Handwoven in Uttar Pradesh, India. 50% cotton, 50% wool. 60"W x 80"L


Dry-clean only.


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