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Italian Appenninica Wool Herringbone Fringed Throw

Just what's needed for the cold autumn and winter days. Feel the luxury of Italian woolfrom Appenninica sheep and accent your home with a simple Italian design. ”52 wide x 58” long (not including 3” fringe) 

These throws are made by artisan weavers in Tuscany, Italy. Since 1842 the 8th generation family have been weaving in the cellars of the Palazzo Morgalanti in Anghiari, Tuscany. Busatti is still a synonym of quality and tradition, but also of innovation because of a constant search of new designs, colors and models. The Timothy De Clue Collection and Busatti partnership stand for the highest quality products.

History of the wool; 

The Appenninica sheep is a breed of domestic sheep which was originated from Italy. It is a pretty modern breed and actually developed from the central Apennine mountains of Italy. Today it is mainly distributed and raised in Abruzzo, Marche, Lazio, Emilia-Romagna, Tuscany, and Umbria.

The Appenninica sheep breed was actually developed in the 1970s by crossbreeding and subsequent selection of local sheep breeds such as the Perugina del piano, the Vissana, the Senese Delle, the Chietina Verzese, Bariscianese, and the Casentinese with Bergamasca rams, and with the French Ile-de-France and Berrichon du Cher, with the aim of increasing the meat yield.

100% organic wool 

52” wide x 58” long (not including 3” fringe) 

These are shipped from Italy and can take 4-8 weeks to receive.