Floral cushion in green vintage Obi silk with metallic silver and gold gilt thread spider chrysanthemum (kiku) design.
* Limited edition of 6. * 47cm x 32cm / 12.5" x 18.5" * Hand-finished. Ethically produced. * Concealed zip at base * Fully lined inside in cotton * Comes with luxury, ethically sourced, British-made feather pad included
This beautiful, rare throw cushion with metallic accents really catches the light. Use to finesse your sofa decor and add an injection of colour. There are only six made in this edition so would make a truly unique gift or treat. Comes with hand foiled tag which details it's edition number.
Ethically produced by upcycling/repurposing vintage silk originally from a Japanese Obi belt, used to tie Kimono. The floral motif is known as Kiku, a traditional and auspicious Japanese symbol of regal beauty, rejuvenation and longevity. We will send you our Hunted and Stuffed guide to symbols in Japanese textiles FREE with every order.
The front is made from upcycled vintage Japanese obi silk which is woven with real gilt thread. The reverse is made from upcycled vintage kimono silk in ivory. The woven silk dates from the Mid Showa Period (40 years +) and may have some minor signs of it's previous life.