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Vintage

Silk Opera Robe Fragment Pillow

eurostuff

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Silk Opera Robe Fragment Pillow
Silk Opera Robe Fragment Pillow
Silk Opera Robe Fragment Pillow

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Product Information

Era:

Contemporary

Condition:

Excellent

Materials:

cover, silk/linen; insert, feather/down

Size:

19" L x 12.5" W

Color/Finish:

multi

Care:

dry-clean only

Why We Love This

Pillow made from antique opera robe fragments, circa 1920, appliquéd onto homespun linen. New linen back. Zipper closure.
As described by eurostuff

Why We Love This

Pillow made from antique opera robe fragments, circa 1920, appliquéd onto homespun linen. New linen back. Zipper closure.

About eurostuff

When Robert Snaith first started selling the items he'd purchased on vacations, he could hardly have imagined it would snowball into leaving his job to travel the globe shopping. Using his secret contacts, he sources unique items that are decorative and interesting. He specialises in repurposed items as well as handmade antique textiles, antique paintings and a host of quirky and offbeat pieces from wherever his travels take him.