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Claire Gaudion

Bec du Nez Cushion


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Bec du Nez Cushion is made from our triangle pattern weave, was designed and handwoven in our Hampshire studio, and then woven in a specialist mill in Wales from beautifully soft 100% lambswool.

The story of this design begins in Sark, Channel Islands. The rugged cliff top at Bec de Bez, with its dark shadows and dramatic coastline has inspired this woven design and colourway.

Made from extremely soft 100% lambswool, and the cotton inner is filled with down and duck feathers. The cover has a concealed zip.
Dry clean

100% lambswool, cotton inner filled with 15% down 85% duck feathers
30 x 50cm

This item is held by the designer so please allow up to 7 working days for delivery, although we aim to have it with you sooner!

Free delivery UK + Worldwide over £150 / €210 / $240 / $A300.

Free returns for exchange or full refund within 14 days.

No customs fees, duties or taxes!

Delivery via DHL Express.

Collect or return any item in-store: Mayfair & Notting Hill.

Please visit our Delivery or Returns page for more information.


Meet The Designer

Luxury textile accessories designer CLAIRE GAUDION specialises in print and weave, and creates contemporary accessories made-in-Britain. With an emphasis on color and pattern, CLAIRE GAUDION's designs mix modern and traditional printing and weaving techniques.Claire works with selected specialist mills across the UK and the processes use hand-finishing, traditional heritage power looms as well as new technologies in digital print, and weave. CLAIRE GAUDION’s geometric patterns and colors are inspired by the picturesque coastal landscapes and seascapes of her home island, Guernsey. Guernsey has dramatic and beautiful granite coastlines with ever-changing light and shadows and CLAIRE GAUDION’s abstract patterns capture this continual movement and interpret these island qualities in layers of colors and interlacing forms.
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