Light Star Muong

Bedding

Light Star Muong

Bedding

Multiple Sizes
Printed
Portugal
$395 Sale

This bedding is inspired by a vintage Muong textile. The only surviving descendants of the early Vietnamese, the Muong... READ MORE

WILL SHIP BY 1/7/20

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Provenance

Printed
Portugal

This bedding is inspired by a vintage Muong textile. The only surviving descendants of the early Vietnamese, the Muong have maintained their traditional way of life in the mountains of northern Vietnam. In Muong culture, young girls inherit weaving techniques from their mothers beginning at an early age. The harmonious patterns are colored by natural indigo dyes. Because their religious beliefs are rooted in animism _ the belief in a supernatural power that enlivens the material world _ the intricate designs of their textiles are said to subtly depict the weavers' souls.

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Available for preorder. These will ship by 1/7/2020

This bedding is 500 thread count, made from 100% Cotton Percale.
Sheet set includes a fitted sheet, flat sheet, and two shams.
Sham set includes two shams.

Duvet:
King - 108" W x 92" L
Queen - 92" W x 88" L

Flat Sheet:
King - 112" W x 105" L
Queen - 96" W x 105" L

Fitted Sheet:
King - 78" W x 80" L
Queen - 60" W x 80" L

Shams:
King - 36" W x 20" L
Standard - 26" W x 20" L

Washing Instructions:
Machine wash warm with like colors
Do not bleach
Tumble dry low, remove promptly
Warm iron if needed

All orders placed after 2 PM PT will be processed on the next business day. Allow 2-7 business days for delivery for standard shipping. Expedited shipping options are available at checkout.

Provenance

This bedding is inspired by a vintage Muong textile. The only surviving descendants of the early Vietnamese, the Muong have maintained their traditional way of life in the mountains of northern Vietnam. In Muong culture, young girls inherit weaving techniques from their mothers beginning at an early age. The harmonious patterns are colored by natural indigo dyes. Because their religious beliefs are rooted in animism _ the belief in a supernatural power that enlivens the material world _ the intricate designs of their textiles are said to subtly depict the weavers' souls.