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Animal Skins & Hides
Hides of Excellence Animal Skins & Hides are ethically sourced by-products, tanned under strict eco friendly guidelines & luxurious home accessories.
Mongolian Sheepskin Plate - Black
WAS: AUD $275 AUD $187Size: 120cmL x 60cmW
Hides of Excellence Mongolian sheepskin runner dyed black can be added to the end of a bed, draped over a sofa or used to upholster furniture to add luxurious sophistication. Mix with funky urban decor for a surprising touch of comfort, or add to a feminine, romantic space for a cosy, intimate feeling.
Mongolian sheepskin is known for its naturally crimp style locks that feel almost silky to the touch. The distinctive curly hair is markedly different to the more traditional Merino short lamb's wool fleece, that is more common in throws, which means your space is defined by this exotic statement piece that is impossible to miss.
This Mongolian sheepskin plate has straight sides and measures approximately 120cm x 60cm. The straight edges makes it the perfect size to drape over a chair, place at the foot of a bed, or throw over the side of a sofa.
The natural sheepskin is dyed black. We recommend keeping your sheepskin out of direct sunlight to avoid any discolouration that may occur and the skin drying out.
At Hides of Excellence we assure you that any chemicals that have been applied to this beautiful natural animal skin during the tanning process are perfectly safe for a baby, pet, or anyone else precious in your life.
Natural sheepskin rugs and throws are easy to keep clean by shaking out regularly and spot cleaning with a damp cloth. We don't recommend the use of any cleaning agents or chemicals. Allow your sheepskin throw to dry in the shade after cleaning, and it will stay fresh and beautiful for many years to come.
Approximate size 120cm x 60cm+ Add to Wish List
How To Care For This Hide
- Keep natural hair fluffy and dust free simply by shaking
- Spot clean with damp cloth. Do not apply cleaning or chemical agents
- Allow to dry naturally in the shade
- Avoid direct sunlight as UV rays may cause the dyed colour to fade or discolour
- Colour transfer may occur on light fabrics
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