Yetti Sheepskin Chairmans Doorstop
With Australian origins, this skin was originally developed back in the 1980's in Somerset by Fenlands an artisan tannery, just down the road from Owen Barry.
Yetti inherited its name from the Himalayan Snowman: but this Yetti skin is a far more robust version of the popular Tibetan/Mongolian Lamb (check out the description in this guide).
For everyday use Yetti is unbeatable, it has the stunning shaggy wool profile, which is very easily maintained, being hardwearing and a head-turning accompaniment in any household.
Yetti has a texture which improves with usage, but it can easily be spot washed, refresh with a good shake and hang on the washing line, combing won't "hurt" but it will open the natural curls and ringlets, these will reform over time, but you might have to suffer the fuzzy bad hair day for a while.
For more information on product care, check out the product care section of this website, and each rug comes with a product label on the back.