Arietta Coat
Arietta Coat
Arietta Coat

Arietta Coat

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Hand woven silk velvet coat with geometrical patterns.

Hand woven ikat cotton lining.

Fits medium, large.

Dry clean only.

Ikat Velvet fabric a blend on 75% silk and 25% organic cotton

100% handmade product that are woven in traditional hand loom with a very old technique.

They have a beige stripe in every 180-215 cm this comes from the unique weaving and impossible to avoid it. All fabrics will have it. Also small imperfections on the fabric is natural and proof of handmade. Please do not expect 100% perfection as it is not an industrial product.

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