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Archive New York Jaspe Basura Pillow


Product Details
This textile was woven by an artisan from the village of Totonicapan, Guatemala. The pattern represents one of dyed to resemble "jaspe basura"- an old weaving style that involved using scrap threads from the floor of the weaving room, spinning them together and weaving them back together. The technique in no longer in practice, but we have come as close as possible to achieving the same look using hand dyed natural indigo threads.

Fair trade.

100% cotton. 20" x 20". Zipper closure. Backed in natural handwoven cream cotton.

Dry clean only.

Feather/Down Insert included.
20" x 20"

Shipping & Returns
This product is shipped directly from the vendor to help cut down on delivery time. Sometimes the vendor is out of stock in this case you will be contacted by Meadow Blu customer service for next steps. Textiles are not eligible for return and are final sale.
About the Brand
Archive New York is a Brooklyn based textile collection founded in 2014 by Amira Marion. Archive New York is devoted to creating a tangible digital collection of vintage and antique fabric remnants. We hunt down the rarest, most unique textiles and transform them into an assemblage of radiantly colorful silk prints. At Archive, we treasure rich color palettes and textures and seek to add beauty and eclecticism from distant lands to your home and life.
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