Pergamum Peshtemal
Pergamum Peshtemal
Pergamum Peshtemal
Pergamum Peshtemal
Pergamum Peshtemal
Pergamum Peshtemal
Pergamum Peshtemal
Pergamum Peshtemal
Pergamum Peshtemal
Pergamum Peshtemal
Pergamum Peshtemal
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Pergamum Peshtemal

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Meet your cool weather essential: the Pergamum. This style is our thickest and heaviest, with neutral tones and a wonderful texture. It has a rustic feel to it, with hand-knotted tassels on the short ends and unfinished threads on the long - the perfect weight and softness to cozy up under. Use as Large as a throw or shawl and the Blanket as a coverlet for your bed. But remember they can also be used as a towel!

Large (bath towel size)
Size: 38 x 40 inches (approximate)
Weight: 23 ounces

Blanket
Size: 41 x 92.5 inches (approximate)
Weight: 55 oz

Made from 100% hand-loomed Turkish cotton in the inner Aegean region of Denizli. We have carefully sourced our Turkish textiles to ensure that the manufacturing process supports small, family-run businesses. Please embrace any variations in size or weaving as a unique quality of your handmade piece.

Learn more about our Turkish textiles here.

About Pergamum: Located inland from the Northern Aegean coastline, Pergamum was a powerful and wealthy city. Its acropolis as at the top of a mountain, giving the rulers of the day a 360 degree view of any approaching threats. It is said that parchment was first made here and named after the city. Today, its ruins include temples, a gym, and an impressive amphitheater built into the side of a mountain. 

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