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Fino

Fino captivates customers with a wafer-thin woollen weave in four, finely mottled shades. Thanks to its double width this drapery fabric made of 100% pure new wool can be used for room height applications and really comes into its own as semi-transparent drapes. Fino is washable.


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COMPOSITION

100% wool (pure new wool)

Weight 70 g/qm

DIMENSIONS

Width appr. 320 cm

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Care

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Shrinkage appr. 2%

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Fabric can be fitted in either direction. This product is a purely natural product made of undyed wool and/or linen. When exposed to direct light, the fabric may naturally change colour. We therefore recommend sun protection to ensure that you will enjoy this product for a long time. To avoid creases after washing, we recommend delicate laundry at wool setting.

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