Aqua Pomegranate Suzani

Wallpaper

Aqua Pomegranate Suzani

Wallpaper

By the Yard
Printed
Uzbekistan
$3 Sale

This wallpaper is inspired by a vintage textile created in Uzbekistan. Handmade in the traditional technique of suzani, the... READ MORE

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Provenance

Printed
Uzbekistan

This wallpaper is inspired by a vintage textile created in Uzbekistan. Handmade in the traditional technique of suzani, the Central Asian textile is embroidered with a tambour hook and characterized by its floral pattern and meandering vines. A specialist known as a chizmachi draws out the suzani pattern and gives each fabric strip to an embroiderer. The finished pieces are then sewn back together. The result, an ornate work created by several hands, features charming irregularities and subtle mismatches that balance out the precision of the stitch. The piece's pomegranate motifs, a common element in suzani embroidery, represent fertility. The flowers and seeds further symbolize fertility and fruitfulness. These textiles are traditionally used as wall hangings or as a woman's marriage dowry.

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Printed Width: 27"
Repeat: 25"
Match: Straight
Untrimmed
Sold in full-yard increments in continuous rolls
Heavy weight paper
Class ASTM-E84

8" x 10" swatch available.

Wallpaper yardage orders have a 5 yard minimum. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this wallpaper supports our artisan partners.

Wallpaper is printed to order, with a minimum order of 5 yards. Allow 4-8 weeks for printing and delivery.

Wallpaper is final sale and may not be returned or exchanged.

Provenance

This wallpaper is inspired by a vintage textile created in Uzbekistan. Handmade in the traditional technique of suzani, the Central Asian textile is embroidered with a tambour hook and characterized by its floral pattern and meandering vines. A specialist known as a chizmachi draws out the suzani pattern and gives each fabric strip to an embroiderer. The finished pieces are then sewn back together. The result, an ornate work created by several hands, features charming irregularities and subtle mismatches that balance out the precision of the stitch. The piece's pomegranate motifs, a common element in suzani embroidery, represent fertility. The flowers and seeds further symbolize fertility and fruitfulness. These textiles are traditionally used as wall hangings or as a woman's marriage dowry.