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Guatemalan Recycled Weave Pillow Covers

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Handcrafted by artisans in Guatemala, these bold pillow covers pay tribute to the traditional Mayan textiles while adding a flair of playfulness. Colored pom-poms border two sides of these pillow covers that can be beautifully displayed with the front or back showing. For a more understated look, display the back, and for more vibrancy, display the front.
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Guatemalan Recycled Weave Pillow Cover - Blue Pom-Pom
V0890 BLU
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Guatemalan Recycled Weave Pillow Covers

Regular Price: $119.00

Special Price $58.77

Upcycled Poly-Fill Pillow Insert - 18"sq
V0967
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Guatemalan Recycled Weave Pillow Covers
$9.00

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Handcrafted by artisans in Guatemala, these bold pillow covers pay tribute to the traditional Mayan textiles while adding a flair of playfulness. Colored pom-poms border two sides of these pillow covers that can be beautifully displayed with the front or back showing. For a more understated look, display the back, and for more vibrancy, display the front. Solid fabric backs. 81% cotton, 13% rayon, 6% Other fiber, ornamental trimming. Dry clean only. COVER ONLY, INSERT SOLD SEPARATELY.

Additional Information

SKU V0890
Product Type Pillows
Dimensions 18" sq. (20" with pom-poms)
Made in Guatemala
Product Care Dry clean only.
Additional Information Due to their recycled nature and the use of repurposed vintage fabrics from huipils, patterns and colors will vary from product to product and will not perfectly resemble the product pictured. A “huipil” is a traditional-style, women’s tunic worn by indigenous women in Central Mexico to Central America. Traditionally woven on a blackstrap loom and heavily embroidered with beautiful traditional patterns, huipils often have meaningful designs or patterns that represent the village in which they were made.
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