A striking piece of vintage Rabari embroidery sourced on our travels in Kutch, in Gujarat and repurposed in London. We think it was originally a ceremonial chakla, or wall hanging. The Rabaris are pastoral nomads living in western India, known for their distinctive, eye-catching embroidery. This embroidery has a soft, pastel palette and would look lovely in a rustic setting. We can picture it on a rocking chair.
Please note that this cushion is made from vintage, hand embroidered, fabric so there are patches and imperfections but we think this adds to its charm.
The cushion is backed in beige French linen and is sold with an inner pad.