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Obi Fragment Pillow
$329.00
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CARE dry-clean only
COLOR pink/multi
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 25" L x 15" W
ERA Antique
MADE OF cover, silk/velvet; insert, down/feather
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 04 - Jul 09
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
Erin Keller handpicks her collection of textiles from around the world. She has sifted through vintage suzanis at the markets in Bukhara and Samarkand, shared tea with merchants at the Grand Bazaar in Turkey, learned to weave from the Hmong in Vietnam and China, and found treasure troves of vintage obis in Japan. Erin enjoys putting together textures and color, combining western decorative design with textiles from ancient cultures to bring warmth and vibrancy into the modern home.
Why we love this
Custom pillow fashioned using an antique Japanese obi fragment paired with hand-embroidered French trim. Backed in a French blush velvet, bordered with vintage cotton, silk trim, with an invisible zipper closure. Goose feather-and-down insert. Handcrafted in Northern California.
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