Origin : Belgium  - LOCAL, ETHICAL & FAIR-TRADE  

Woollen lambskins with wool that is a bit longer than milklambskins and that are silky and incomparably soft to the touch.

Each piece is unique. The shape, thickness and colour can vary slightly from classic off-white to shades of beige or grey-brown that gives these skins a natural and wild look that you will not be able to resist.

Perfect for a throw on your bed, over your armchair or your sofa to add a touch of warmth during winter evenings…. Give free rein to your imagination.

Length: between 90 and 100 cms.

Available in two different types of tanning procedures:

TARA tanning (natural colour) : this tanning procedure uses natural extracts without the addition of chrome or other toxic substances. A tanning procedure that only uses products from the Tara tree that grows in Peru and Brazil. This procedure retains the natural colours of your lambskin.

RELUGAN tanning (medical, golden shade, washable) : The Relugan Tanning Procedure is an environmentally friendly procedure and involves no addition of chrome or other toxic substances. Lambskins tanned using this procedure take on a beautiful golden hue. It is also called ‘medical tanning’ as it renders your lambskin washable (in the event of an accident) at 30°C either by hand or in a machine on a wool programme using a special wool detergent.


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All you need to do for all types of sheepskins tanned using the TARA procedure is to air them well. It is also important to brush them regularly with a special brush to remove any impurities that build up in them and to restore their original softness and suppleness. Use a damp cloth to remove any dirty marks. 

 In the event of an accident you can wash RELUGAN treated lambskins at 30°C either by hand or in a machine on a wool programme and with a special wool detergent.

·         Leave your lambskin to dry somewhere out of direct sunlight and away from any heat source by rolling it inside out.

·         Your lambskin may seem stiff after drying. To restore the suppleness just rub two parts of the lambskin together for a little while.

·         You may also get the impression that the lambskin has shrunk a bit, but that is just an illusion, after you have ‘worked’ it a bit, it will return to its original size.

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