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Pale Blue & White Suzani Cushion

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Made from Silk in Turkey by hand. The silks are hand woven, embroidered and hand dyed with vegetable dyes in Uzbekistan. This cushion is made from hand embroidered Suzani. A super plump feather insert (not from farmed feathers) is included, the cushion has a concealed zip.

There can occasionally be small faults in the fabric due to the hand made nature. We consciously source all our products and can vouch for the authenticity and provenance of the each and every item.

The back of this cushion is a stunning silk Ikat, making Gus cushion reversible.

Sustainability guarantees

Dry Clean

Made in: Turkey

60 x40cm
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Based in: United Kingdom

Punica was started in 2014 when Nadine, its interior designer founder, was living in Istanbul. The premise was to source from artisans, to conciously source beautiful, colorful homewares and divine products that have longevity, things that you can love and want to keep around you for a long time, that make you feel good, and make you happy.

This still holds true today, we have things made in Turkey by trusted artisans, most of whom are family run businesses. We make the lampshades (these can be made to order, any shape or size) and trays here in the UK, the trays are made from offcuts from the lampshades, no waste here! A lot of our products are 'one offs'.

Punica was named after the latin word for Pomegranate 'Punica granatum' - pomegranate juice is sold on the streets of Istanbul, and the image is used extensively on pottery and in the fabrics you can find there. As one of the oldest fruits in the world it signifies abundance, fertility and prosperity.

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