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The epitome of luxury, South African Mohair is one of the world’s most beautiful and sustainable fibres. Woven together with silk into our lustrous, exceptionally soft yet resilient blanket


South Africa’s Eastern Cape has the best practice farming and best natural environment to produce the highest quality mohair fleece from special Angora goats. Meticulously and humanely cared for, they ensure the long-term prosperity of the region

Globally prized, this noble fibre has become the symbol of luxury and exclusivity. Blended with silk and patterned with exceptional colors with a delicate fringe edge, its breathability offers optimal comfort

Presented in five-star hotels, resorts and spas, our Mohair throw experience is valued for its high quality and transcendent comfort

Mohair refers to the softest hair on the Angora goat

Our commitment is to manufacture products that are clean and sustainable, from our home to yours—every decision we make is for a healthy environment and future


Throw51” x 71”$290



Hand Wash or Eco-Dry Clean Only
Store folded, not on a hanger, in a cool dry place, do not store in plastic. To fluff, gently shake or brush with your hand


Your mohair item can be cleaned by a reputable dry cleaner or you can wash it yourself by following these simple steps

• Soak in tepid water using mild detergent recommended for washing wool, or even hair shampoo

• Very gently agitate by hand to dislodge dirt particles. Do not agitate unduly

• Rinse in clean, cool water. A small amount of fabric softener can be used if desired


Hang or lay flat to dry (mohair dries quite quickly). When dry, a brisk shake or brush (with a stiff hair brush) will restore the pile. Gentle coaxing, rather than firm strokes, is advised to ease out tangle and create the downy pile for which Mohair is renowned. Do not tumble dry

Your Eco Impact From Purchasing This Product
25.0 km
of driving emissions avoided
2,310.7 hours
of LED bulb energy saved


Eco Attributes of this Product

Better Cotton initiative

The Better Cotton Initiative promotes best standards in sustainable farming and fair-trade practices in 21 countries benefitting manufacturers, farmers and the environment.

Green manufacturing

Our factory is naturally powered: jet air, fueled by hydro-power which comes from the briquettes, made from upcycled cotton fluff and waste-wood.

Non Toxic

Looming process use flour and water which washes out cleanly in the dying process. Our dying process is Oeko-Tex certified.

Pure Water

Our non-chemical water purification plant uses live bacteria to break down the dye pigment. The waters are returned to the river cleaner than when captured.

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