Indian Blue Ringneck Parakeet Cushion

by Anjali Hood Ltd.

United Kingdom

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A$223

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Indian Blue Ringneck Parakeet Cushion

by Anjali Hood Ltd.

United Kingdom

Online Exclusive

A$223

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Bring the haze of an early summer sky into your home. An all-over pale blue animal pattern is overlaid with pearly pink beads to create a subtle cushion that would sit just as easily in your bedroom as your living room.

For a modern look, flip the cushion over for a more geometric look with ombre hues of blue in stacked ovals.

The Indian Blue Ringneck Parakeet originates from the southern Indian continent and Burma. It is often kept as a pet due to its ability to be trained and to mimic language. It feeds on seeds, fruit and berries and generally lives to between 20-30 years of age in the wild.
Made in England

88% Cotton, 12% Polyester

Dry Clean Only
51 cm x 51 cm
  • Delivered to you at home or work via tracked courier
  • Direct from the designer or one of our stores
  • No import duties or taxes
  • Free returns and collection service arranged by us
  • 14 day policy from the date you receive your order
  • Easy exchange or full refund no questions asked
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Meet The Designer

Anjali Hood’s sumptuous velvet cushions are designed to instantly freshen up your room with their unique and vibrant patterns. A fascination with birds inspired her signature double-sided cushions, which have been created to match the plumage of particular birds. Velvet is her fabric of choice and one she has a deep connection with, since her family were the first to import the looms to manufacture velvet in India. As birds play such a huge part of our ecosystem, the demise of species and more recently, the demise of a huge number of seabirds, has led Anjali to partner with Birdlife International to contribute toward their conservation efforts that sustain and protect safe habitats for our feathered friends.
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