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Moroccan Wedding Pillow 20" x 20"in (CVH144)

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  • Size: 20" x 20"in (50 x 50 cm)
  • Materials: Wool, Cotton, Brass Metal
  • Age: circa 1990's
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Stuffing: Available filled or unfilled
  • Ethically Handmade
  • Fast & Free Shipping Worldwide

REF: CH144

Delightful Moroccan Wedding pillow cushion refashioned by us from a vintage Handira blanket
Loomed from native wool and cotton and hundreds of sequins sewn on by hand by Berber women of Morocco's High Atlas Mountains

Superior Quality:
Cushion backed with soft cotton and quality zipper inserted along back
Durable design combined with genuine craftsmanship ensures a long lifetime

Styling Tip:
Fabulous as a cushion for your sitting room or bedroom
Certain to add a glamorous boho touch to your interior decor

Gift Idea:
This is a perfect and highly original gift for a birthday, housewarming party
All our orders are beautifully wrapped using natural burlap and sure to please your loved one or friend

As a vintage piece the pillow will show minor flaws and signs of use
We check carefully to ensure there are no tears or unsightly stains
All our pillows are professionally dry cleaned and spotlessly clean before shipped

Dry clean only

Free Shipping:
Expedited worldwide shipping using courier services DHL or FedEx Express.  
USA & EU address - free shipping.
No import tax to the USA due to a Free Trade Agreement between the USA and Morocco.  For all other countries please check with your local customs office.
You will receive an email notification once your order has been dispatched with the relevant tracking number.


Delivery Times:
Western Europe & North America within 3 working days
Australia and NZ within 5 working days
Rest of World within 7 working days.


You may return your purchase up to 90 days following purchase.

For further details please check here.

‘Education For All’

$5 USD from the purchase of this pillow goes to ‘Education For All’,

a Moroccan charity providing supporting and education
to rural Berber girls from all over Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains.

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