$ 199.99 $ 249.99
This 100% Merino Lambswool throw is perfect for the couch, bed, living room or den and made in England it is a tribute to the great United States of America, featuring the US Flag also known as Stars and Stripes, Old Glory and the Star-Spangled Banner.
The flag of The United States of America consists of thirteen horizontal stripes alternating red and white; in the canton, 50 white stars of alternating numbers of six and five per horizontal row on a blue field.
Approximate size including fringe 53" x 78" (w x l)
This product is manufactured by Abraham Moon & Sons Ltd who have been producing quality wool products at their mill in Yorkshire, England since 1837. This is one of the last remaining vertical mills in England and it has been operating since the end of the Industrial Revolution. They are world leaders in dyeing, spinning, weaving, blending and finishing, producing beautiful products that you can cherish for a lifetime.
Our Moon branded collection of fashionable Hats & Caps are crafted in our finest Yorkshire tweed and available in sizes of Small, Medium and Large.
Pictured here in a Baker Boy style with our Charcoal Fleck Donegal wool fabric.
Bronte Moon is an importer and distributor of beautiful British manufactured woolen home and fashion accessories including: throws, cushions, baby blankets and scarves, blanket scarves and ruanas manufactured by Abraham Moon & Sons Ltd a fine British Company established in 1837.
Operating from Britain’s last remaining vertical mill they control the entire manufacturing process to convert raw wool into beautiful products including the initial design, dyeing, blending, carding, spinning, and weaving before finally finishing and dispatching.
This all happens from an historic mill in Guiseley, West Yorkshire set among the beautiful Yorkshire Dales.
The product range is created with a balance between innovative design & traditional craft, the mill has been producing fine quality woolen products for 180 years and are proud to continue this exceptional heritage
There has always been an admirable style associated with some of the most notorious people of the 20th Century. Much of this comes from a glorification via both Media and the big-screen, which both fuel people’s passion for their nefarious (if mostly white-washed) exploits.
Part of the appeal is that for a society that is so divided by wealth (and Class in the UK) that to see someone circumvent their preordained place in society on their own terms is deemed a thing to be admired. Naturally that comes with displays of that ‘success’ not least in terms of their dress sense.