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What could be more relaxing than spending time by the sea, watching the waves come and go, and admiring a beautiful recycled wool blanket from La Maison de la Maille? Whether it's to help you focus, revise, or decide on your next gift, enjoy this hour of relaxation with us. Video filmed in France, on the beach of Hardelot, in the department of Pas-de-Calais in the Hauts-de-France region.


The plaid presented is a recycled wool blanket, entirely made in France, from our Signature collection.


This recycled wool range is knitted in France from an ecological and innovative French yarn, produced by recycling unused scraps from European workshops. Thanks to its double-sided knit, this throw will surprise you with its two-tone effect, while guaranteeing you the softness of a firm and dense comfort. Very resistant, it will find its place inside and outside.

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