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Historia Alpaca Long Gloves - Green

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Sustainability Guarantees

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Workers are paid a living wage; no child labour or human trafficking is involved in the production of the collection; the factory is compliant with all local environmental regulations.

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The materials in this collection are free from AZO dyes and phthalates.

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This collection is entirely made in the designer’s studio and/or by an artisan collective of fewer than 10 people.

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This collection has been produced on a small scale, with environmentally sensitive production methods; the constituent materials have been sourced sustainably, and conserve biodiversity.

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All packaging in this collection is recyclable, recycled and free from petroleum based plastics.

Historia Long Gloves are carefully designed to keep you warm. They have a very soft handle which makes the experience of wearing them pleasing. These alpaca gloves inspired in Jackie Kennedy Onassis are not only very useful for cold weather, but they are also a statement piece.
Technical information:
Made in Peru, designed in The Netherlands
Made sustainably from Peruvian yarn: 50% Alpaca 5% Merino Wool 45% Acrylic.
Jersey and rib long gloves made by artisan machine. Circular shape to create a collected effect.
Rib trims at the waistband.

Graciela Huam is a producer of woolens, we can advise how best to take care of your precious purchase, and reassure you that it is not any extra work. To make sure that your garment stays as gorgeous as the day you bought it, it’s important to bear in mind the following:

-Alpaca wool is self-cleaning. After wearing, hang it out to air.
-Don’t spot clean; always wash the whole garment, not just the part that has the stain.
-Wash similar colors separately.
-Do not use bleach!
-Hand washing, is the best method and is commended as the best choice of washing, remember the thing that causes wool products to shrink and/or felt is temperature change and agitation while wet. So, the greater the temperature change and/or agitation the greater the risk of shrinking and felting.
-Also, we can recommend to wash wool at 0 degrees in the washing machine on the wool cycle, and we also use the wool spin cycle. Please if you decide to use this method must to be at your discretion. A delicate wash and lower temperature setting is generally less risky.
-Use a pH neutral detergent, or preferably a special wool washing detergent.
-When rinsing, make sure that the temperature of the rinsing water is the same as the washing water.
*Grace’s tip: “I usually place my alpaca sweaters in a bucket of water with neutral detergent, and let them soak for 2 hours. Then I hand rinse them and let them dry on my clothesline outside in the garden. I recommend not using “clothesline” because the line is marked on the sweater, it can be on a thicker surface”.

We do not recommend using a dryer. If you choose to risk to do so, use a delicate of fluff low temperature setting, and only leave the product in the dryer for a very short period of time.
Dry the product in a flat position, and out of sunlight. Never hang or lay a wool garment to dry when it is saturated in water. Try to remove as much of the water as possible and don’t lay it out on anything that absorbs moisture (such as a towel). Colors might run and the natural elasticity of the garment may deteriorate.
Some reshaping to the original dimensions may be necessary. Remove wrinkles and straighten seams by hand. Do not use a brush, after the product has dried you may touch it up with a cold iron.

Pilling and balling of your purchase is perfectly normal. To remove pilling, and keep your item looking fresh and recently bought, we recommend using a wool comb or by hand. It is natural and uses no chemicals or batteries.
When ironing, use a steam iron, or put a moist protective sheet between a regular iron and the woolen surface.

Make sure the items are completely dry before storage. The second major consideration is the protection against moths. Some ideas include placing items is plastic zip-lock container and plastic tubs. We do not recommend using mothballs.
Circular length: 60 cms. One size.
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Meet The Designer

Graciela Huam is a Dutch-Peruvian brand specialized in high street knitwear. Collections are designed in The Netherlands and manufactured in Peru. Its design is characterized by the combination of quality, innovative craftsmanship, sustainability and traditional techniques, using only the most exclusive raw materials; Peruvian Alpaca, baby Alpaca, and Pima Cotton.

They are committed to partnering with local artisans. Its values are founded on respect for nature, human rights and economic justice. Every piece is created and developed through experimental craftsmanship. The end goal is every design is as classic and iconic as a piece of art, and their customers can wear them always.

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