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Ceramics from yesteryear
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This is a one of a kind pillow that was created by cutting apart a vintage Mayan Guatemalan huipil that was torn and frayed. This is a lovely large, rectangular pillow that comes without the insert. Soft and subtle coloring of pinks, ivory and pale gold. Invisible zipper at the bottom. Back is off white heavy woven cotton.
Pillow form is not included.
state of origin: Guatemaladimensions: approx 24" by 16", comes without the pillow insert, standard pillow is used in the photo