Antique suzani textiles from Uzbekistan are the artist’s inspiration for these gold-tone embroidered pillows. The best examples of suzani, a word that comes from the Persian for needle, were made in the early 19th century by women from prosperous Tajik families, usually by a bride as part of her dowry. These pillows are made in Rajasthan, India, a region that shares Uzbekistan’s Mughal influence, and will be at home in a bedroom or living room alike.
Embroidered in Rajasthan, India. 100% cotton cover with poly filling. Pillow: 18" square. Bolster: 19"L x 8"W.
Crafted by an Indian artisan, this pillow jazzes
up a neutral color scheme, adds texture to a bedding collection or leather couch, and even gives a beachy vibe with its bright teal and turquoise hues. This embroidered accent pillow is ...