This classic throw is hand-woven with blue and cream coloured recycled cotton. The gorgeous chevron design makes it a perfect accessory to your couch or at the edge of your bed. We love cuddling up in it with a loved one or snuggling in with a good book. Each throw is handwoven with possible imperfections that make each one unique and tell a story about the hands that made it.
Each Le Tattva product is handcrafted by our talented artisans, making each piece one-of-a-kind. Due to the handmade nature of each piece, small imperfections can be found in certain products. These do not affect the overall quality of your item, but rather make the product uniquely yours.
Every purchase at Le Tattva directly impacts the artisan who created it. You can feel good about knowing that your purchase will have a positive impact on the lives of the artisan who created it.
2% of all revenue from your purchase will go to supporting the important work at Vidya and Child, a non-profit organization in Delhi that furthers the education and opportunities for children from vulnerable populations like those of our artisan partners.
Le Tattva is proud to be a 1% for the Planet corporation. Thank you for helping us care for the earth.
|Dimensions||150 × 125 cm|
Atelier Ouest Inde is a certified Fair Trade organization founded in 1975 in northwest India. Today this atelier is made up of over 800 artisans from around the country, working closely with marginalized and at-risk populations. As a Fair Trade organization, all profits are used to further the social welfare of the artisans and their families. Artisan benefits include educational assistance for children, medical check-ups and treatment, a health centre at Saharanpur, savings programs for artisans and spouses, non-formal education projects and relief–related social projects. Our artisans at Atelier Ouest Inde create beautifully detailed products that bring a bit of luxury to every home. Using natural and recycled materials, our artisans design gorgeous pieces that blend contemporary styles and traditional Indian craftsmanship.read their story