Pendleton Manta Jacquard Chief Joseph Slate
Pendleton Blanket - Wyeth Trail
Shifting dunes of brilliant white crystal rise from the Tularosa Basin in New Mexico's White Sands National Monument. During the day, the dunes shine white against the blue sky. At sunset, the sands glow with the vibrant hues of twilight, while desert flora, yucca, cholla, and rice grass reflect the last rays of the setting sun. This design is a tribute to this striking and wild landscape.
- 162cm X 203cm
- 82% pure virgin wool / 18% cotton
- Dry cleaning
- 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.