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Vintage

Indigo Embroidered Pillow

Material Recovery

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Indigo Embroidered Pillow
Indigo Embroidered Pillow
Indigo Embroidered Pillow
Indigo Embroidered Pillow

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Product Information

Era:
Contemporary
Condition:
Excellent
Materials:
cover, linen/cotton; insert, feather/down
Size:
19" L x 12" W x 7" H
Color/Finish:
dark indigo/light indigo
Care:
dry-clean only

Why We Love This

Pillow made from natural indigo overdyed vintage embroidered textile from Transylvania. Square chain embroidery in cotton thread on linen front. Decorative scallop stitch along edge. Natural indigo over-dyed linen on back. Pillow is stitched closed with hand-dyed indigo linen thread.
As described by Material Recovery

About Material Recovery

Material Recovery is a joyous project to unite past-period ethnic textiles with salvaged vintage and antique furniture. We are especially pleased and inspired that our furniture and accessories are constructed from items that have been saved and revitalized. Each finished object is made in some part utilizing an antique or vintage textile, furniture piece or decorative element. Material Recovery’s collection of one-of-a-kind décor objects are made by hand in the studio of Clare Watters.