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Alpaca Fleece Filled Cushions

£9.55£28.20
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£9.55£28.20
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Alpaca Gloves, Hand-Knitted

£24.00
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£24.00

By popular demand our 100% pure alpaca hand-knitted gloves are just what you need to keep your hands, wrists and fingers warm and toasty when it’s absolutely freezing!

They will be hand knitted in black as standard, but other colours might be available – please message if you would like them made for you in a different natural shade.

The hollow fibres will keep your hands dry and warm, thermo-regulating beautifully as only alpaca can.

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Soft-Topped Hand-knitted Bed Socks for Poorly Feet

£35.00
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£35.00

Wonderfully soft, hypoallergenic, and thermo-regulating with a gentle stretchy top.

Luxuriously warm yet won’t let your feet sweat or smell, so can be worn for long periods before washing

100% alpaca and hand-knitted to order.

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Alpaca Picture

£20.00£25.00
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£20.00£25.00

Beautiful unique handmade alpaca pictures with walnut frame. Choose from Peruvian Fabric, faux fur and trimmings, or sari fabric.

Each is unique so may be slightly different from those pictured so do mention if you have any colour preferences.

Bespoke pictures available on request.

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About Us

Alpacas were one of the first animals domesticated by man around 6000 years ago in South America alongside their other camelid cousin the llama. Bred from the wild species vicuna which are protected in the wild today, alpacas were domesticated predominantly for their fibre, whist llamas were bred from the guanaco for use as pack (carrying) animals.

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What’s So Special?

In the West we are just beginning to discover for ourselves the incredible benefits of this most sought after fibre as a new rural industry of farming Alpacas in Britain is slowly emerging. Our challenge is always to bring the fineness of the fleece of our animals we breed back to that of their wild ancestors the Vicuna, yet with the density and lustre closer to the pure alpacas farmed by the Ancient Incas.

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