Country Cloth Pillow II

Country Cloth Pillow II

Country Cloth Pillow II

Country Cloth Pillow II

Guinea
$75 $175 Sale

Hand-woven textiles were traditionally a symbol of Guinean tribal identity. Each tribe wove unique patterns to distinguish their community.... READ MORE

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Guinea

Hand-woven textiles were traditionally a symbol of Guinean tribal identity. Each tribe wove unique patterns to distinguish their community. The colors, dyes, and type of thread held spiritual and historical significance, and were often used for commemorative purposes to mark special occasions. Later, Guinean textiles became a form of currency, facilitating trade. Today, ancient designs and weaving methods are still used to create contemporary textiles. This St. Frank piece is created with thread that is handspun and hand dyed in small batches, then woven on traditional looms into precise patterns.

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The woven textile is finished with our flax linen backing and closed by an invisible zipper with a gold pull. Our signature St. Frank plate is featured in the bottom right-hand corner of the pillow. The cushion is stuffed with an oversized down insert.

This item is final sale and may not be returned or exchanged.

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Provenance

Hand-woven textiles were traditionally a symbol of Guinean tribal identity. Each tribe wove unique patterns to distinguish their community. The colors, dyes, and type of thread held spiritual and historical significance, and were often used for commemorative purposes to mark special occasions. Later, Guinean textiles became a form of currency, facilitating trade. Today, ancient designs and weaving methods are still used to create contemporary textiles. This St. Frank piece is created with thread that is handspun and hand dyed in small batches, then woven on traditional looms into precise patterns.