Pendleton Organic Cotton Matelasse Throw - Midnight Nova
Pendleton Chief Joseph Blanket - Slate These Pendleton blankets are the size of a robe, which is the size preferred by Native Americans for ceremonial purposes and for wrapping themselves up like a robe. These blankets are perfect for a double bed, they can be used to cover walls or simply to snuggle up on the sofa. Chief Joseph Designed in the early 1920's, the Chief Joseph design remains one of Pendleton's most popular blankets and commemorates the heroism of one of the Northwest's greatest Nez Perce warriors, Chief Joseph. His Nez Perce name was "Hin-mahtoo-yah-lat-kert", which means Thunder rolling down the hill. The Nez Perce were known for their skills as warriors, raising Appaloosa horses, support and guidance for the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery, and their peace efforts with the United States government. The Chief Joseph blanket is the oldest blanket produced by Pendleton. Wool mills. Its design is balanced with arrowheads that symbolize bravery and point in all directions to Mother Earth. - Size 163 x 203 cm - 82% pure new wool / 18% cotton - Dry clean - Made in USA
Founded in 1863, Pendleton is best known for its wool blankets, merino wool clothing and Soutwestern-inspired homeware, with a distinctive aesthetic that’s inspired by Native American designs and legends. With a headquarters in Portland, Oregon, the 5th generation heirs of the original founder, British weaver Thomas Kay, head up this family-run company, and their woolen mill in the Pacific Northwest is one of only a few currently operating in the United States. Over the years, Pendleton has developed their expertise and technology to continue their legacy of quality, comfort and beauty. Today, the Pendleton range includes their recognisable jacquard blankets, as well as womenswear and menswear clothing ranges, home accessories and furniture.