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Chevron Throw Pillow - Green

Handmade in Tamil Nadu, India

Beyond fair wages, 10% of proceeds are re-invested into the artisan communities that make your product

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    Crafted by the Lambadis of Tamil Nadu

    This timeless design found repeatedly in temple architecture and garden layouts has been re-interpreted for you on this cushion cover. Clean, geometric lines have been hand embroidered and filled with two distinct stitches for a more graphic addition to your decor. Looking for ways to style this pillow?  Have a look at our Design Inspiration pages! 

    It takes a several days to complete each piece. While the design and technique are the same, each artisan has her own way of applying each stitch, making each piece unique in its own special way.

    The Lambadi artisans are part of a group of around 50 women. Each woman works out of the comfort of her own home, allowing her to maintain a work-life balance.

    ** Sold with or without a cruelty free down insert

    • Size: 55cm x 55cm / Approx. 22" x 22" 
    • Color: Cream linen with green and tan embroidery. Also available in other color combinations
    • Cotton hand embroidery on 100% linen. This piece has inside lining to protect the embroidery and is backed in cream linen. A bottom concealed zipper is used for closure.
    • Sold with or without a cruelty free down insert
    • Each piece can vary slightly due to its handcrafted nature

     

  • Dry cleaning recommended. Use paper towel or a clean white cloth to absorb any stains as soon as they occur. 

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