This stunning mustard piece is such a statement and adds warmth and earthy tones to the space. The combination of the cotton and the wool roving adds depth and with the layered fringing giving this piece even more depth.
I'm always reminded of the dramatic coastal cliffs when I look upon this piece and it is due to this it is named after the famous iron clipper that was ship wrecked here, Loch Ard.
- 730mm wide and 900mm drop
- Made with cotton and wool
- Hung from locally foraged Tea Tree timber
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$275.00 Regular Price
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