Metric: 35 x 35 cm
This pillow cover is made from textile remnants from old saris and embroidered textiles. The remnants are sewn on to a cotton base and then edged with a thick cotton cord, sewn down. This one has shisha mirrors which add some extra bling to the design. The textile remnants are fragile, so if you need to clean it, I recommend dry cleaning only.
Pillow form is not included, but is a pretty easy size to find in hobby and fabric shops. The backing is made of a black cotton, very similar to the last photo. Zipper works. Cotton fabric and thread. There may be small spots of a chalky material. This is starch or glue and can be easily flicked away with a fingernail. Click on zoom option for larger images.
The third photo is of the back of the pillow. Zippers do work, although they are not great quality. The last photo shows similar pillows that have been filled. See all of our pillows in stock here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/rayela?section_id=5106675 Mix and match!
This is old stock from a small importer, age unknown, but likely around 20 years.
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