A Calm Sea - Isle of May Collection

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A Calm Sea - Isle of May Collection

from 105.00

Inspired by the smaller light house buildings (the Low Light) on the Isle of May, Fife. Sitting on the hill above the Low Light the movement of the sea seemed to blend and merge with the soft grey-brown stone of the building, and the white and yellow painted beacon. The island is now a nature reserve run by Scottish Natural Heritage and has an interesting history. It is open to visitors from April to September.

(this item is made-to-order, please allow up to 21 days)

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16"/40cm x 16"/40cm. (Due to size restrictions we are unable to send cushion inners outside the UK. If you are outside the UK please make sure that you do not select the 'with inner' option)

Cover: Handwoven using 100% Shetland wool with concealed zip.                                                                                          Inner: GOTS certified organic cotton fabric filled with Shetland wool stuffing.                                                                            All sewn together using GOTS certified organic cotton thread.                                                                                                      Zips and labels sourced from UK manufacturers.                                                                      

Care instructions: Wool does not need to be washed as often as other fabric types. When needed the cover can be either dry-cleaned or hand washed very gently in lukewarm (not hot!) water using a wool-wash or mild shampoo. Squeeze out most of the water but do not wring the cushion. It can be pressed gently between two clean towels to remove further water. Dry flat. For the inner I'd recommend dry-cleaning.

(this item is made-to-order, please allow up to 21 days)

Designed, handwoven and hand-finished in Shetland.