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hot water bottle cover - alpaca fur - by samantha holmes

$172.74

Not On The High Street

The Rolls Royce of Hotties. Beautifully handmade in Peru with Alpaca Fur with luxurious satin lining and silk satin ribbon.

This stunning gift has the ultimate wow factor and is so cuddly you won't want to put it down. Fits standard hot water bottle, bottle included.

Due to tanning process used on the fur these hotties cannot be washed. Dry Clean Only! They must not be subjected to water! Fill bottle and ensure it's dry with no leaks before returning to the cover. To restore the fur to former glory simply brush Talcum Powder through the fur with a pet brush (available from pet store).

These Hotties are very special and sell out quickly. We carry limited stock of them as they require a lot of craftsmanship to produce. Pre-order yours now.

Colours Available: (please note that colours may vary as this is a natural product)

Ivory: White (this varies the least)

Champagne (Biscuit/Sand colour)

Fudge/Taupe (this can range from coppery ginger to dark brown)

made from:
Alpaca Fur and Satin lining. Please note due to tanning process used on the fur these hotties cannot be washed. Dry Clean Only! Alturnatively to restore the fur to former glory simply brush Talcum Powder through the fur with a pet brush (available from any good pet store).

Alpaca Fur:

The Alpaca fur used in Samantha Holmes’ products is ethically sourced. The Alpacas from which the skins are removed are not killed for their fur.

There is a tradition in Peru which has developed as a result of the death of weaker and very young Alpaca in the harsh Andean Winters. Alpaca roam freely in their natural terrain on the Altiplano of the Andes where temperatures can plummet in the Winter. The fur Samantha Holmes sources is mainly from baby Alpacas - or “cria” - which have died of natural causes.

The farmers do not kill their baby alpacas for their skins because it is not financially viable for them to do so. The skins are tiny. Alpacas can live for 20 years, promising a lifetime of shearing potential of far greater value than a single pelt.

dimensions:
38cm long from top of neck to bottom. Fits standard hot water bottle insert (bottle included)
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