Suzani embroidery, which comes from the Persian word for needle, was a specialty of Central Asia. Some of the best examples were made by young brides from prosperous Tajik families in Uzbekistan, who would embroider bedcovers and hangings as part of their dowry. Here, artisans in Rajasthan Indiaa region that shares Uzbekistan’s Mughal influenceadapt the orange and gold pattern of an antique Uzbek suzani textile to cover a low ottoman like those found in tearooms throughout the subcontinent. The colorful accent is perfect as casual party seating, to display your favorite coffee-table books, or for propping your feet and relaxing with family.
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Made in Rajasthan, India. Cotton canvas and mango wood. 31" square x 15 1/2"H.