These Afghan Pashtun vintage embroidery pieces are a reminder that Afghanistan has been at the heart of the of the Silk Road for centuries. Tiny embroidered silk stitching form the bold and colorful designs that are stitched on silk backgrounds. These were often used as mats to serve tea on. Pashtun nomad tribeswomen have embroidered these striking symmetrical designs in a very tight ladder-stitch for generations. As with many vintage textiles please expect some imperfections, though these are in excellent shape.
This appliquéd geometric Kuba-cloth pillow is backed in a coordinating brown linen. Small needle holes are sometimes visible from an original hand-sewn seam. Close inspection often reveals hand-sewn seams and...
This handmade cotton canvas pillow uses recycled indigenous Guatemalan fabric and is accessorized with black cotton scallop trim. : 20”x 20”" Down/feather insert included Hidden zipper Country of Origin: Guatemala
Unique and timeless, these Anatolian Turkish pillows were made using vintage kilim rugs. Each pillow has its own personality based upon which portion of the rug it was cut from. This...