What are the dimensions of a Bronte Throw?
Most Bronte throws measure 140 x 185cm (w x l), with exception of Bronte baby products which measure 75 x 125cm (Gingham, Menzies & Spot) or 68 x 100cm (Hearts).
What is the length of a Bronte Scarf?
The dimensions of a Bronte scarf may vary depending on the scarf design. Our Tartan scarves all measure 30 x 150cm (w x l) and our Country Life ranges all measure 25 x 190cm (w x l). Within our Brights collection, scarves with spots in their design measure 20 x 190cm (w x l) while Bright Check and Boot designs measure 25 x 160cm (w x l). All lengths quoted are the full length of the main scarf body and the fringing.
Can I wash my Bronte throw?
Although some people will cold wash wool, or use the wool cycle on a modern washing machine, we advise that all Bronte products are professionally dry cleaned. Please see full Product Care
Are the products British Made?
Yes, all Bronte products are made in our mill in West Yorkshire.
Our mill is one of the last 'vertical' mills left in the UK meaning we perform every stage of the process from raw fleece to finished product in our mill. For full details of how our products are made please see the page about The Mill
Are your products EcoFriendly?
All our products are made from 100% wool. Wool is known for its sustainable qualities and its supreme versitility. It is biodegradable and a natural insulator.
For the full benefits of wool please see our page about the Campaign for Wool
Where does the Wool come from?
The wool used in Bronte products is predominatley from South Africa (Merino Lambswool) and New Zealand (Pure New Wool). Wool from these locations is softer and more suited to fabrics for soft furnishings.
How do I prevent my wool items being damaged from clothes moths?
Household pests such as clothes moths, silverfish and carpet beetles may damage soft furnishings and fabrics made from wool. We would always advise you contact a professional pest controller to eradicate these insects from you home.
However click here
for some general information about preventing clothes moths in your home that may also be applied to other problem insects.