The Desai Throw
The Desai throw is crafted from wool from local desert sheep, chosen for its rugged texture and warmth. These throws are just like the shawls used by nomadic Rabari tribes people, who wear them to stay warm during crisp, nocturnal desert crossings.
The epitome of slow, unhurried production, the fabric has been crafted by master weavers in the desert region of Kutch, India. Sheep are clipped; fibres are spun; and many hours of weaving undertaken; before the edges and tassels are finished to perfection.