In keeping with Maine’s rich textile heritage, all of Brahms Mount’s textiles are woven on antique shuttle looms by local artisans in their mill in Monmouth, Maine. To achieve the vibrant colors, they use specially engineered yarns spun from the finest natural fibers and colorfast, eco-friendly dyes. The pieces come off the looms feeling clean and untreated, rich and resilient. Brahms Mount is one of America’s few remaining mills whose hallmark is fine craftsmanship, heirloom quality, and iconic style. The Herringbone Throw is Brahms Mount's iconic textile. Plush, luxurious, and practical, this throw features a large-scale herringbone weave, finished with a flourish of hand-twisted fringe. Handmade in Maine.
• 48" wide x 70" long
• Prewashed and preshrunk
• Dyed using colorfast, eco-friendly dye
• Gift wrapping is always on us!
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