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Moroccan Berber Kilim Pouf

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***This listing is for a Berber Kilim Pouf that will be shipped unstuffed :)

This Moroccan Pouf was made from a vintage Berber rug that was handcrafted in the Atlas Mountains. The kilim pouf features unique tribal motifs created by Jewish Berbers, and is made from embroidered, hand-woven wool that was dyed with natural pigment. The colors have faded over time (some natural discoloration), creating a beautiful bohemian gem. The floor cushion is shipped unstuffed but there is a zipper on the bottom of the pouf for easy filling. Some people like to use towels, shirts, or blankets to fill the pouf to their liking. This item is cleaned before it is shipped.

Measurements: 23 inches long x 23 inches wide x 7 inches in thickness ( can get really thick almost 10 inches if stuffed with pillow stuffing)

Care Instructions:
Professional dry cleaning and spot treatment only

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All items are hand-picked by ThreadTooth. Vintage items that are listed may have a natural discoloration due to age and previous ownership. Many of the textiles are between 30-50 years old and may have natural wear and tear or repairs (patches/ stitching) from previous owners and will be expressed in the description. These irregularities make the item a one-of-a-kind piece, revealing its true authenticity. Many photos have been altered to represent the color of the textile as true as possible, but computer monitors may vary in color.

Moroccan Berber Kilim Pouf