Authentic Suzani silk hand embroidery cushion cover - (SUZ00072)
Authentic Suzani silk hand embroidery cushion cover - (SUZ00072)
Authentic Suzani silk hand embroidery cushion cover - (SUZ00072)

Authentic Suzani silk hand embroidery cushion cover - (SUZ00072)

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  • These one-off silk embroidered Suzani cushion covers are so special we guarantee you won't see it anywhere else. They are carefully hand embroidered by skilful artisans in Uzbekistan. There is only 1 available in the same design but we have several similar cushions that can be combined with this. 

    One side of the cushion cover is made of silk embroidery on a light sand coloured silk background. The reverse side is plain cotton fabric. Measures about 47-50 cm square. Due to Suzani covers being handmade, there might be some imperfections and pen marks as the unique patterns are drawn on the silk cover before being embroidered. Please note that the price is for the cushion cover only. We sell inner pads separately.

  • We just think that the uniqueness and bright colours makes Suzanis so special and they brighten any room you put them in. Popular motifs include various symbols of hospitality, prosperity and joy, sun and moon disks, flowers, leaves and vines, fruits and occasionally fish and birds. Pomegranates are especially popular.

  • We don't recommend washing or dry cleaning suzani cushions as you risk colours may bleed or the fabric shrinks.

We want you to be thrilled with your purchase, but if you are not you can return most items within 14 days of receipt, as long as it is unused and in its original packaging.

Please check our full Return Policy for items excluded from returns.

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To make IKAT fabric, the threads are dyed before weaving using an ancient tie dye technique   instead of printing or painting a design on after fabric is woven.

Just imagine the difficulty the weaver has lining up the dyed yarns so the design appears perfectly in the finished fabric. The more colours and complicated patterns IKAT has, the more difficult it is to weave perfectly hence the blurriness.

We love the fact that none of the IKAT fabrics are exactly the same and it has imperfections in the patterns. In our opinion this only shows someone put such an effort making this amazing fabric and only adds to its uniqueness.

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