Expected Delivery Date: 14th June 2022 (International will vary)
Add the finishing touch to your sofa, your favourite chair or even your bed with a stunning Melin Tregwynt wool cushion. Melin Tregwynt Vintage Star Cushion in Clay.A cushion can really bring together the feel of your home decor. This Melin Tregwynt cushion has been handcrafted with this Vintag...more
Add the finishing touch to your sofa, your favourite chair or even your bed with a stunning Melin Tregwynt wool cushion.
Melin Tregwynt Vintage Star Cushion in Clay.
A cushion can really bring together the feel of your home decor. This Melin Tregwynt cushion has been handcrafted with this Vintage star design in a stunning clay colour.
Cushions are perfect for comfort, posture, and pressure relief and also this Vintage Star Clay Welsh cushion looks incredible too.
Perfect as a present for you or a friend. This cushion will bring the finishing touch to your festive home decor.
100% British lambswool.
Made in Castle Morris, Pembrokeshire by Melin Tregwynt.
In 2015, Melin Tregwynt brought back this Vintage Star design which dates from the 1950s. They've made the new range in both classic and contemporary colours.
This reversible cushion is made from 100% lambswool and is soft, warm, and easy to care for.
45 cm x 45 cm
About Melin Tregwynt
As one of the oldest woollen mills in Wales, Melin Tregwynt mill was built in the 17th Century. Originally owned by the Harris family of Tregwynt Mansion, the original use of the mill was to grind corn before being turned into a pandy mill. Pandy mills were used as a step in the woollen cloth-making process, as a method of removing any impurities in the wool.
For over 100 years the mill was used as part of the weaving process, but has been known as Melin Tregwynt since 1912; when Henry Griffiths bought the mill and created the company that we know today. Before this it was known as Dyffryn Mill, translating to Valley Mill in English (what are the odds!)
Passed down through three generations, the company is now run by Eifion and Amanda Griffiths, who took over the mill in 1986. Currently, Melin Tregwynt employs over 30 local people, who use their incredible skills and knowledge to run the mill, mill shop and cafe, and to help keep the tradition of Welsh weaving in Pembrokeshire alive.
Melin Tregwynt mill is based in Castlemorris, West Wales, and has been run by the same family for over 100 years. Melin Tregwynt thrive on create fabrics which are high-quality, simple and timeless. The skills and knowledge off all of the staff at Melin Tregwynt is keeping traditional Welsh weaving alive, and is flying the flag for British manufacturing.
Hand Wash or Dry Clean Only Do Not Bleach Do Not Tumble Dry Iron On Medium Heat