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When it comes down to home accessories, there is hardly anything more colourful than the classic Mexican blanket, referred to as Sarape or Serape down in Mexico.
Our standard-sized Mexican blanket finds almost countless application possibilities, both indoors and outdoors. Inside your apartment you can use it as a sofa or bed cover or as a colourful tapestry on the walls. At nighttime, our light blue Mexican blanket keeps you and your loved ones warm, whether you are chilling in the living room or on your balcony. When used outdoors, it provides enough space for two at a picnic or the beach and will therefore sooner or later become your constant companion on all further adventures. And whenever the back seats of your European sized car need protection or a stylish upgrade, a Mexican blanket is the top choice for this purpose.
The colour specifications of our Mexican blankets refer to the wider, dominant stripes, which are embedded in the typical and vivid multicolor pattern. The basic pattern of the Serape bears the individual signature of the manufacturer and is recognizably repeated in all blankets offered.
We set great value on the ethical correctness of our products. Our Mexican blankets are handwoven on the traditional handlooms of a small family-owned business, which is being run in the third generation with great pride. Since our earliest days, we are working closely together while respectfully adhering to fair trade values.
This Sarape is made from 80% recycled acrylic fibre and 20% cotton and is machine washable at 30 Degrees. The length is measured without fringes.
|Dimensions:||210cm x 125cm|
|Material:||Recycled Acrylic fibers & Cotton|
|Weight:||ca. 1 kg|
- Fast delivery
- 14 Days Revocation period
- Machine wash 30°
- Craftsmanship from a small manufacture
- Fair-traded direct importing from Mexico