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Indigo Hemp Lumbar Cushion Cover, H'mong vintage cloth, batik painting pattern

Indigo Hemp Lumbar Cushion Cover, H'mong vintage cloth, batik painting pattern

Regular price 290.00 SEK
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Pattern

Highlights :

Handmade by H’mong artisans in Northern Vietnam

Material: Hand-woven Hemp, vintage batik

Size: 30 x 50 cm (12 x 20 inches )

Description:

  • The purple fabric is 100% naturally dyed
  • The decoration patch is repurposed from H'mong shirts with detailed batik painting, indigo dyeing, and hand-embroidery which creates a unique design
  • The front side is made from 100% organic hemp which is hand-woven with traditional weaving tools. The back side is from cotton
  • The Inner fabric layer behind the front side of the pillow is to provide better protection for the pillow insert again dirt, dust, and stains.
  • The zipper in the back side
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    • Shipping cost and time

      Items are shipped from Stockholm, Sweden with following cost and time for an order:

      - Sweden domestic: 59 SEK, delivered in 2-4 days

      - To Europe: £7, delivered in 4-7 days

      - To USA: $8, delivered in 6-10 days

      - Rest of the world: £10 in 6-15 days

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    • Care Instruction & Notes

      - Handmade products are subject to minor imperfections

      - Product color may slightly vary due to photographic lighting

      - Machine wash at 30 degree or hand wash with mild detergent to preserve the color

      - Dry clean if possible

      - Hang dry is recommended

    Repurposed fabrics

    A part of vintage tribal costumes is applied in our product designs. These fabrics are all woven by hand and naturally dyed. They also have a lot of embroidery details and batik painting using beeswax. An authentic H'mong cloth requires a lot of time, effort and skills of the makers and it is worth to be conserved in the fashion cycles

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