This stunning cushion covers is made from handwoven textiles from Sumba. The ikat motif on the front panel cushion is called hunda rangga refers to a textile that has a patola pattern. In the past would have only been worn by nobility who owned these textiles. Patola is a reference to Indian trade cloths that were used as currency during the spice trade. These cloths traded into Indonesia contained floral patterns as well as images of lions and elephants and were highly valued. The backing is made from hands-on cotton with mud dyes and tannins to achieve a rich black so that your cushion covers are reversible.
These handmade natural dyed cushions would be exquisite on a couch, chair or bed. Each cushion cover comes with an inner lining with zipper so all that is required is for you to add the Dacron and enjoy your handmade pillow.
Front panel Ikat with natural dyes on cotton and woven in Sumba, 2021. Back panel handspun cotton handwoven in Tuban, Java. 2020, Size 46 x 36 cm / 18 x 14 in Price per piece.
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