The Indigo ikat panel on this pillow was made by the weavers of the area of Insana in West Timor who are known for their indigo work and intricate ikat. The back panel is a hearty handspun cotton woven on a backstop loom and dyed to a deep rust using sustainably harvested Ceriops tagal bark from Papua.
The motif on this cushion is called kai mnutu refers to a small hook pattern representing interconnectedness.
These handmade natural dyed cushions would be exquisite on a couch, chair or bed. Ikat with natural dyes on cotton and woven in Timor, 2020. Size 53 x 33 cm / 21 x 13 in Price per piece.
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