Voyager Artemis Scarf Petrol Green - Sand Grey
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|Zone 1||€ 12.00||France, Germany, United Kingdom, Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, Denmark, Czech Republic and Slovakia|
|Zone 2||€ 30.00 - 40,00||Rest of the world|
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Six and Sons
Haarlemmerdijk 31h, 1013 KA Amsterdam
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Designed in Amsterdam, handwoven exclusively for Cevelann in Turkey. Small imperfections and slight variations in size (+-3-5 cm) and colour are part of its natural character and beauty.
Colour: Petrol Green - Sand Grey
Size (cm): 190x100 cm
Weight: ca. 360 g.
Material: 100 % cotton (Origin: Spain, unbleached, GMO-free, OEKO-TEX® certified)
- Machine wash up to 30°C. + delicate cycle.
- We do not recommend tumble drying.
Founded in 2014 in Amsterdam, Cevelann is a convergence of childhood memories of being wrapped up in the softest cotton and of inspiring travel stories. The company designs its products in Amsterdam and work directly with the last family businesses in the Mediterranean that still continue the traditional techniques of weaving.