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Hand-stitched blanket with three layers of handwoven cotton from the Kohistan Valley in northwestern Pakistan. The people of Kohistan traditionally used such pieces for wrapping their baked bread (naan) for fresh keeping. It is called dastarkhwan, meaning "table cloth." Can be used as throw or bed cover.
About the Seller
Nomad Style, a premier provider of rare tribal textiles and weaving from Afghanistan and Central Asia, is the brainchild of founder Nooria Farhad. Its rare and collectible folk textiles, made by women, have been culled over the last 25 years. Nomad Style has provided textiles to many Hollywood productions and also works with major fashion designers. Nomad Style is proud to offer its clients hand-crafted home accessories.
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- 78" L x 56" W