Dungarvon Grey Mohair Throw

30 reviews
$238.00
Size: Large - 70.87in x 51.18in

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Description

Imagine snuggling on the couch with your new luxurious mohair throw with its sublime sensual texture creating instant warmth against your skin, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it. 

Versatility

  • Wow guests - muted colors to sophisticate your spare bedroom.
  • Luxury decorative accessory to enliven your living room.
  • Extra layer of lightweight warmth on your bed for cold nights.
  • A gift that will last a generation - be remembered for years.

Quality

Many Wanaka streets are named after Irish seaside towns which is where our Dungarvon Grey mohair throw gets its name. 

The finest, softest ethically-sourced Angora goat kid mohair, our stylish throws are guaranteed to keep you warm and cozy. 

But be warned - your pets will love your mohair as much as you do!  

100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE! If you aren't happy for any reason return your throw and we will refund you. 

Specs


55% mohair, 34% wool, 11% nylon

Large - 70.87in x 51.18in

Your throw comes in an eco-friendly reusable hemp carrier bag. The perfect gift packaging or breathable storage bag!

Shipping

FREE SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS ABOVE $80

SHIPPING TIME

 

NZ and Australia - 2 to 5 business days

US and Canada - 3 to 5 business days

International - within 10 business days

 

DHL Express is used for US, Canada & International.

 

The above times are under normal circumstances. Please allow for extra time during peak holiday season.

COST UNDER $80 ORDER VALUE

 

New Zealand - NZ$ 7

Australia - A$ 30

US, Canada & International - US$ 30

 

Care

HOW SHOULD I CARE FOR MY MOHAIR PRODUCTS?

Our throws will last a lifetime if cared for properly. Store in a cool, dry place and do not store in plastic as this can cause moisture build up. Do not hang your throw.

As we use a brushing technique to create their soft finish there will be loose fibres on your throw. One trick to remove excess fibres is putting it in a freezer bag and freeze for a few hours then give it a good shake.  

WASHING THROWS

Throws seldom require cleaning unless there is a spill / stain. Dry cleaning is preferred but you can wash with a mild wool-friendly detergent in lukewarm water. Gently rub stained areas to remove marks. To dry, place on a flat surface and do not hang out to dry. Mohair dries quickly. DO NOT tumble dry.

 

WASHING SOCKS

Socks are machine-washable using a warm (or cold) cycle. Line dry. Do not dry clean. Socks do not need washing as frequently compared to cotton / synthetic socks due to their anti-bacterial, breathable properties.

LUXURIOUS
AND SOFT

ETHICALLY
SOURCED

SUSTAINABLE
MATERIAL

What our customers say

Customer Reviews

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Rebecca
10/10

I LOVE their throws so much , incredibly soft and light and the colours are beautiful . Heirloom quality and get the best reactions as gifts .

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Jeanne Gray

Pembroke Mohair Throw

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Elle
Feeling Glamorous

Received my first Glamorous Goat the Pembroke Mohair Throw with much delight. It came with a lovely handwritten note, and the carrier bag is so thoughtful and useful. Thank you - the throw is absolutely gorgeous :)

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Helen Pannett
Second throw

Another beautiful piece! I am so pleased and will now have to ensure my family has one of these beautiful items.
Thanks Glamorous Goat for such works of art!!

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carol Fitzgerald
Pembroke throw

Sent to the UK and arrived safely in good time. Excellent communication with company on enquires. Very good to work with.

I think it’s important to watch the video on the background of the development of the company and understand this product isn’t grown or made in NZ but the idea of it came from NZ. I initially understood I was sending a pure Kiwi product which isn’t the case.

My friends in the UK love the throw and say it is soft and stunning

From our farm, to your home.

Our family have been raisng Angora goats in South Africa since 1857.

We still run our family farm and produce our socks and throws using the art of weaving that we have been refining for more than 30 years.

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