42″ x 28″ Grey Lambskin

$100.00

1 in stock

Description

Grey Lambskin, you are purchasing the pelt that’s pictured.

Icelandic sheep’s wool is the warmest, lightest, and most insulating types of wool. The first thing you’ll notice when holding an Icelandic sheepskin pelt is its very lightweight skin and hair that’s both coarse and soft. Icelandic sheepskins are best suited for lap or decorative throws over the back of your chair or sofa but that doesn’t mean you can’t use them however you choose!

The short wool of the shorn hides are easier to care for and keep neat while still emitting that warmth and insulation.

  • short shorn 1.5′ wool pile
  • Natural rare grey color, no dye!
  • from sheep organically raised in Iceland & tanned in Poland

 

Additional information

Brand

Noryageur

Color

Gray, Natural Spots and Markings

Fur Origin

Poland

Size

Average, Large

Wool Type

Short wool/Shorn wool

Materials

100% natural genuine sheepskin

Sheepskin Thickness and Density


Each sheepskin rug is ONE OF A KIND and is unique since these pieces are not factory created. No two will ever be exactly alike. We have come up with our own method for you to determine the thickness and density of each sheepskin rug so you can compare. We take each sheepskin pelt and fold it in half, then ball it in three folds and place it on a chair. Here you can see and compare sheepskins of similar length to how they match up.

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Sheepskin rugs & Sizing

How we measure our sheepskins. We always measure on the wool side not the leather backside of the sheepskin

How we measure our sheepskin rugs

More information about our sheepskins

Shipping and Returns

Sheepskin Coloring

Depending on the lighting and colors in your home, the sheepskin may have different color tones more prominent than others seen on our website.

  • Natural sheepskins can have a mixture of tones such as cream, white, gray, tan, black and brown. It’s possible that a natural sheepskin can display all the colors in a single hide or show a combination of some of those colors. No two natural sheepskins will be alike.

  • A natural white sheepskin will NEVER be solid white. Natural white sheepskins can vary from a cream, ivory and often with lanolin which makes the sheep’s wool appear slightly yellow or beige. When placed near other warm tones, people rarely notice the color of lanolin.

  • A natural black sheepskin can be anywhere from very black, a deep brown black with reddish highlights due to sun exposure and sometimes have gray hairs.

  • A natural brown sheepskin can display a variety of shades from very light brown, golden brown, reddish brown to a dark chocolate brown. Sometimes a brown sheepskin can have all of those colors present in a single hide.

  • Natural gray sheepskins are stunning, rare and present with a variety of colors. Browns, blacks, creams, lanolin (beige) & different degrees of gray can be present.

Color questions? Email prior to purchase if you have certain expectations!