The Harbor Blanket – design is based on Hong Kong's 10 Dollar banknote. The name comes from the Cantonese name for Hong Kong's money "gōng jyun" which translates to "harbor money." The English "Hong Kong" comes from the Cantonese "Hēung Góng," which means "Fragrant Harbor. Fun Fact: the world's most successful pirate was a woman from Hong Kong.
Size - 52 in x 70 in
Edging color - Crimson
Made in North Carolina
Free shipping in U.S.
The Quality – soft, durable, and lightweight, the combination of a tight two-ply weave and tear-resistant duck canvas edging produces a warm yet breathable throw that is the perfect size for two average humans or one superhuman.
The Process – jacquard looms use a limited palette of threads to weave a wide array of optically blended colors which—similar to pointillism—appear to the human eye as distinct solid colors. Tapestry artists,including Chuck Close, use this same technique to produce large scale, photorealistic wall art.