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Lonely Mountain™ Lair 'White Runes' 1m Fabric Piece

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This instantly iconic Lonely Mountain pattern is woven in a three colour hybrid weave, the design is inspired by ancient maps and illustrations to create a storybook feel.

The Lonely Mountain, or Erebor, the Dwarven kingdom which was home of the exiled members of King Durin's folk, led by the King Under the Mountain, Thrór, until the attack and occupation by the dragon Smaug. This towering mountain is quest's end for Thorin Oakenshield and company, along with Bilbo Baggins, in their efforts to reclaim the kingdom for their people in The HobbitTM.

The runes read "Five feet high the door and three may walk abreast Th. Th." echoing the description of the Black Door on Thrór's map. Th. Th. refers to Thrór and Thrain, Thorin's father and grandfather, who drew the map which leads the company to Smaug's lair. Nearby Smaug circles the mountain containing his hoard, while the banners proclaim the name of the mountain in flowing script.

Woven with BCI organic cotton and GRS Certified recycled cotton using a hybrid weave technique, this fabric is soft and breathable.

Hybrid weave is a special technique that allows us to use multiple colours to highlight different areas of the pattern for a unique look.

This item is part of the Middle-earth Collection, inspired by The Lord of the Rings™.

Lonely Mountain, Erebor, King Durin, King Under the Mountain, Thrór, Smaug, Thrain, Thorin, The Lord of the Rings and the characters, items, events and places therein are trademarks of The Saul Zaentz Company d/b/a Middle-earth Enterprises (SZC) and are used under license by Oscha Slings. All rights reserved.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Wash at 30 degrees, avoiding bleach and fabric softener. Tumble dry warm. Ironing is recommended.

FABRIC COMPOSITION: 76% BCI Organic Combed Cotton, 24% GRS Certified Recycled Cotton, 64cm wide. 

FABRIC WEIGHT: approx. 317gsm

*Please note that this fabric is almost entirely identical to the Lonely Mountain Lair fabric with minor visual differences. You can see in the photos that the runes are woven with white yarns instead of black and the trees at the bottom of the design are also woven in a slightly lighter shade. As this colour change was not intentional we are offering the fabric at a 10% discount.

Our wrap fabric is now available to purchase in unhemmed 1m x full wrap width pieces.

*Please note our fabric is only available in 1m lengths, multiple purchases will be sent as separate pieces.

Shipping

 

We will ship your order within 3 working days (usually less!).

 

Estimated delivery time:

UK - 1 working day

USA - 1 working day

EU - 3-5 working days

All Other Countries - 2-7 working days

 

Free worldwide tracked shipping on all orders over £150.

 

The following subsidised rates for orders under £150:

 

  UK EU  US Turkey Rest of the World
DPD £4.00 - - - -
Fedex* - £9.50 £8.50 - £12.50
DHL - £9.50 - - £12.50
Royal Mail - - - £12.50  

 

* Please note that Fedex is unable to ship to PO box addresses.

Following Brexit (on the 1st of January 2021), prices displayed on our website show local taxes and duties included for customers in the UK and the European Union, meaning there will be no unexpected charges for you when purchasing. You will not have to pay any extra fees upon delivery.

 

Returns

 

You have a period of 14 days after the date on which you receive the goods to notify us of your return. Sustainability is at the core of our brand which is why we ask you to carefully consider before purchasing. We seek to minimise the impact that shipping has on the environment which is why  all returns have to be shipped at your own cost. You can find more detailed information on Shipping & Returns here.