A generous cushion hand embroidered in a striking circle pattern in our signature seasonal shades with contrast velvet reverse
A generous cushion hand embroidered in a striking circle pattern in our signature seasonal shades with contrast velvet reverse
A generous cushion hand embroidered in a striking circle pattern in our signature seasonal shades with contrast velvet reverse
A generous cushion hand embroidered in a striking circle pattern in our signature seasonal shades with contrast velvet reverse
A generous cushion hand embroidered in a striking circle pattern in our signature seasonal shades with contrast velvet reverse

Dominique Chainstitch Cushion

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A generous cushion hand embroidered in a striking circle pattern in our signature seasonal shades.  

Synonymous with luxury, every piece is touched by the hands of a craftsman. Delicate hand embroidery has been used to create this bold design of repeated circular patterns. Encapsulating all of the colours of our A/W17 Marais Collection, it's a definite favourite to add into the mix. 

A long and generous cushion, this artful piece creates a sense of luxury. Features a zip closure, luxurious blush velvet reverse and comes complete with a high quality feather insert for your convenience and comfort. A statement piece for the bed or alternatively place on the sofa for an alluring addition to your home.

Details

Measures 100 x 35 cms

Cotton/Wool

Multicolour front, blush pink reverse

How am I made?

Always striving to preserve and celebrate time-honoured artisanal techniques, the design of this cushion has been executed with a style of hand embroidery we’re crazy about. Crewel, an ancient form of embroidery, can be found here and throughout our range. Chosen for its textural quality and workmanship, the intricacy of the embroidery on this cushion is nothing short of inspiring.

Performed in the homes of Kashmir in Northern India, our artisans are keeping this tradition alive. Usually farmers during the season, this embroidery work is taken up to substitute their income during the off-season, thereby improving their livelihood. The result is a cushion that’s imbued with the magic of the hand touch.