Semite - Heritage Soft Silk Touch Throw Blanket


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Product Features

Heritage Soft Silk Touch Throw Blanket - Semite
• 100% polyester
• Soft silk touch fabric
• Printing on one side
• White reverse side
• Machine-washable
• Hypoallergenic
• Flame retardant

About this Design

Wrap yourself in the warmth of history and heritage with the "Semite - 1770 Heritage Soft Silk Touch Throw Blanket." This luxurious throw blanket not only adds a striking design element to your home but also pays homage to the seminal year of 1770 when the terms "Semite" and "Semitic" were first introduced by historian August Ludwig von Schlözer. Ideal for those cozy, chilly evenings spent lounging on the couch, this blanket combines comfort with cultural pride, making it a perfect addition to any living space.
Crafted with a soft silk touch, this throw blanket offers unparalleled softness, ensuring maximum comfort during your relaxation moments. Its eye-catching design, inspired by the rich Semitic heritage and the linguistic and cultural connections of Semitic peoples, serves as a vivid reminder of the depth and diversity of human history. The blanket's vivid, fade-resistant print is a testament to the enduring legacy of Semitic communities, making it a meaningful and practical piece for any home.
Whether draped over your favorite chair for a splash of color or used to snuggle up during movie nights, the "Semite - 1770 Heritage Soft Silk Touch Throw Blanket" is designed to be both a statement piece and a source of comfort. Its elegant and thoughtful design is bound to spark conversations about history, identity, and the significance of understanding our shared past.
Embrace the blend of aesthetics and history with this unique throw blanket, and let it serve as a daily reminder of where we come from and the scholarly endeavors that help us appreciate our interconnected world. It's an ideal gift for anyone who values the beauty of heritage and the comfort of home, making every evening a little warmer and every room a little brighter.