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Shana Cotton Pillow, Indigo
$152.00 - $178.00
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CARE Dry-clean.
COLOR indigo/white
DIMENSIONS 14"L x 20"W
MADE OF cover, cotton; insert, down/feather
PLEASE NOTE Solid back.
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Oct 24 - Oct 29
RETURNS You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. This item is returnable within 14 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Filling Spaces’ vibrant pillows give a bold, contemporary reinterpretation to the traditional motifs and craftsmanship of India. In fact, the company works directly with numerous artisans in India, ensuring not only that customers receive top-quality textiles but also that the craftsmen receive a fair wage.
Why we love this

This indigo cotton pillow features an intricate pattern painstakingly block-printed by hand by artisans in India. The pillow is further embellished by matching tassels at each corner. Insert included. Zipper closure. Solid white back.

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