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Large Grey Sheepskin

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Luxury Large Grey Sheepskin, Natural Colour, Long Pile

Specially selected luxurious sheepskins from Icelandic Lambs. A wonderful natural pure grey colour - not dyed. From eco friendly, high welfare sheep

About the Grey Sheepskin

Each one is completely unique, the colour of the grey fleece varies from sheep to sheep. They are not dyed at all this is the natural variation of these Icelandic lambs.


Completely natural, not fake fur, not dyed in any way. Safely tanned with ecological tannins.

Size and Texture of Grey Sheepskin

Incredibly luxurious texture to suit any home and any room, they are Beautiful, soft rugs with a long fibre length. Wonderful to the touch. The fur length is approximately 6 inches. 

Each sheep skin is as unique as the animal it came from, the size varies. Although the minimum size of this white sheepskin is 120cm in length (approximately 47 Inches in length).

Animal Welfare of Grey Sheepskin

This Eco Friendly Sheepskin is a by product of high-welfare meat production.

Produced in the EU, under the European Union’s strict animal welfare standards - this product is far superior to mass produced Australian Sheepskins. Most of the sheepskins available on the market are Chinese or Australian, with lower welfare standards. 

Why choose Icelandic Sheepskin?

Icelandic sheep are naturally long haired with a very soft fleece. The sheep fleece is made up of 2 parts the outer fibres which are soft, long and silky, and shorter inner hairs which are thicker for warmth. But choosing this sheepskin you are getting a lovely feeling skin which is incredibly silky and tactile, while being one of the warmest available.

It is suitable for all home decors.


***Thank you for supporting our Island Family Farm***

The funny thing about Moorit Sheep

The funny thing about Moorit (brown) sheep is that on our farm, at least they stick together in a group. Even if they are in a larger flock of sheep, when you need to move them or there is any danger, the Moorits will always be together.

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