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Blue & White Pillows, Pair

Nannette Brown

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Blue & White Pillows, Pair

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Product Information

Made of:

fabric; insert, down

Dimensions:

striped pillow, 17''L x 16''W; solid pillow, 12"L x 18"W

Color/finish:

blue/white/white/black

Care:

Professional cleaning recommended.

Damages:

a very pale small stain on the antique pillow

Why We Love This

Pair of blue and white pillows. One is made of an antique textile in a pale blue linen with the monogram "WGW" and the other of contemporary blue, white, and black striped Donghia fabric.

Why We Love This

Pair of blue and white pillows. One is made of an antique textile in a pale blue linen with the monogram "WGW" and the other of contemporary blue, white, and black striped Donghia fabric.

About Nannette Brown

Vogue magazine called Nannette Brown “the social doyenne of fine papers” for her years at the helm of Mrs. John L. Strong, the stationery company favored by New York's society set. But before then, Brown headed an interior design firm whose spaces were featured in and among other publications. Her high style and modern approach to fashion, luxury, and interiors have long made her a favorite style-setter for those in the know.