Striking a balance between a light, silky texture and substantive warmth, the Sway Throw is jacquard-woven from 100% fine merino wool. The throw is fully reversible, easy to fold and can be used either as a blanket or a shawl. High-quality and simply-patterned, Sway is a versatile addition to any home.
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Designer Title Tina Ratzer
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Designer Tina Ratzer
Swatch color
Hover farve #c8d1c9
Material 100 % fine merino wool. The throws are woven using an advanced jacquard loom.
Cleaning instructions Dry clean only.
Detail Background Color #a0a8a1

Sway Throw

/   Tina Ratzer
Material and care

Sway Throw

Material and care
/   Tina Ratzer
  • Material

    100 % fine merino wool. The throws are woven using an advanced jacquard loom.

  • Cleaning instructions

    Dry clean only.

Dimensions

Sway Throw

Dimensions
/   Tina Ratzer
     
180cm / 71" 130cm / 51.25"
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Sway Throw

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Crafted With Precision

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Crafted With Precision

  • Material

    100 % fine merino wool. The throws are woven using an advanced jacquard loom.

  • Cleaning instructions

    Dry clean only.

 
  • Material

    100 % fine merino wool. The throws are woven using an advanced jacquard loom.

  • Cleaning instructions

    Dry clean only.

tina ratzer

TINA RATZER is a Danish designer with a degree in textile design and weaving, from the Design School Kolding, in Denmark. In 1999, Tina founded her own studio Ratzer, and since then her designs have been selected for several exhibitions, such as the Crafts and Design Biennale in Rundetårn, Copenhagen. Her work is characterized by a geometric expression and a balanced color scheme, with a twist or a surprising detail that lets the techniques of the craftsmanship step forward and become an important part of the work.