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San Pedro Diamond Pillow

$27900

Description

This textile was woven by an artisan from the village of Nahuala, Guatemala using a back-strap loom, a time honored method of weaving. The pattern represents the design of another village San Pedro Sacatepequez, but uses a the weaving technique from Nahuala. This pillow was made in partnership with a non-profit organization on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala.

100% Cotton backing and base, with brocade threads in silk and cotton. Zipper closure.

Dry clean only.

Feather/Down Insert included.

Details

Dimensions:

12" x 20"




Shipping

This Item Qualifies for Free Standard Shipping

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Standard Delivery:

Small or medium items will be left at the threshold of dwelling and no signature will be required. Any large items will go by freight carrier, curbside delivery, and require an appointment.  See curbside delivery for further explanation.

Curbside Delivery:

Item will be brought to driveway or curb.  Signature required. Carrier will contact for an appointment time.  Select White Glove if wanting to upgrade to inside delivery/set up for additional charge. 

Threshold Delivery:

Delivered to first door or dry area. Signature required.  Carrier will contact for an appointment time. Select White Glove if wanting to upgrade to inside delivery/set up for additional charge. 

White Glove Delivery:

Item will be delivered and carried to a room of choice, assembled (if needed), and all packaging removed.  Signature required.  Carrier will contact for an appointment time. 

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San Pedro Diamond Pillow

$27900
This textile was woven by an artisan from the village of Nahuala, Guatemala using a back-strap loom, a time honored...
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