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Vintage

Red Moroccan Wool Pillow

Maison Suzanne Gallery

$285.00

$425.00 33% Off

Only 1 available

Red Moroccan Wool    Pillow
Red Moroccan Wool    Pillow
Red Moroccan Wool    Pillow
Red Moroccan Wool    Pillow
Red Moroccan Wool    Pillow
Red Moroccan Wool    Pillow

Shipping & Returns

Now accepting returns!
Returns accepted within 14 days of delivery.
Estimated Arrival
Arrives by 12/23
May 12 - May 15

Product Information

Era:
Contemporary
Condition:
Excellent
Materials:
cover, wool/linen; insert, down/feathers
Size:
20" L x 20" W
Color/Finish:
red/cream

Why We Love This

Custom pillow cut from a vintage handloomed wool rug from the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. The flat weave textile is embellished with multicolor tied threads. Pillow is backed in linen and hand-sewn closed.
As described by Maison Suzanne Gallery

About Maison Suzanne Gallery

Maison Suzanne Gallery offers an eclectic mix of antique European and Asian furniture, textiles, lighting and artwork. Each piece is carefully selected to work with today's interiors. Many of our European chairs and settees are restored and upholstered in unexpected antique textiles to create pieces that are destined to become heirlooms. Our antique textiles, collected from Europe, India, Morocco and Japan, are made into one-of-a-kind pillows. We feel very fortunate to share these treasures.

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