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Red Squirrel Sofa Throw

These throws for sofas are a luxury addition to your home furnishings.

Artist: Jess Pritchard

Limited Edition Design
100% of profits go to Wild Harmony Fund


Price: £ 45.00

Made from a plush quilted velvet face featuring artwork which is hand-stitched to beautiful soft Sherpa fleece, it feels silky smooth against the skin and is incredibly snuggly. Use as sofa throws when the evenings get chillier or drape elegantly over your bed for a decorative touch.

  • 450gsm Plush velvet face & 200gsm Sherpa fleece reverse
  • Beige sherpa fleece back
  • Beautifully handmade in London, UK

Embrace the extraordinary with our limited-run, custom-made products—crafted uniquely for you, ensuring a one-of-a-kind piece that captures the essence of wild harmony.

Please note that the product you receive may differ slightly from the images on our website, as our commitment to customization may lead to variations in color, texture, or design. Thank you for supporting Wild Harmony Fund and adding a touch of wild harmony to your life!

Red Squirrel Conservation

Red Squirrels are one of the UK’s most beloved animals thanks to poets, writers and artists such as Beatrix Potter. These shy little creatures once thrived across the Isle but due to the introduction of Grey Squirrels, bringing with them the Squirrel Pox Virus, and habits loss their numbers have rapidly declined. It is estimated that in England and Wales alone, over £37 million worth of timber is lost to damage by Grey Squirrels who gnaw on the bark to get to the sweet sap they love to consume.

The Penrith and District Red Squirrel Group are working hard to control the multiplying number of Grey Squirrels in the Eastern Lake District and Eden Valley areas. They carefully monitor Red Squirrel numbers as well as working closely with Cumbria-based couple, Jerry and Sarah McNeil who rescue, rehabilitate and release orphaned/injured Red Squirrels back into the wild.

There is ongoing research into Grey Squirrel birth control across the UK which will help put a stop to the ever increasing number of Grey Squirrels across the UK who pose a threat to not only Red Squirrels but woodland habitats and ecosystems.