Leather tanning has been a Moroccan industry for more than a thousand years. In the medinas of any Moroccan city, you’ll find shops displaying babouches (traditional soft slippers), wallets, bags, and poufs like this one. It’s a soft, versatile piece of furniture, and it’s densely packed, so it won’t collapse when you sit on it. The hand-stitched designs may vary.
$10.00 will be added to the standard shipping charge.
Not available for shipment outside of the 48 contiguous United States.
Handmade in Morocco. Goatskin leather filled with recycled cotton. 20" diameter x 14"H.
Prolonged contact with other unsealed leather or fabric may result in the transfer of the natural oils that are used to condition and soften the leather pouf. Spot clean only with a dry or slightly damp cloth.
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