Acacallis Handmade Pocket Cushion

£310.00
Acacallis Handmade Pocket Cushion - Maria Sigma Cushion Red Blue Stripe Front The Garnered
Acacallis Handmade Pocket Cushion - Maria Sigma Cushion Red Blue Stripe The Garnered
Acacallis Handmade Pocket Cushion - Maria Sigma Red Cushion Corner Detail The Garnered
Acacallis Handmade Pocket Cushion - Maria Sigma Red Cushion Blue Detail Front Sideon The Garnered
Acacallis Handmade Pocket Cushion - Maria Sigma Red Cushion Blue Detail Back Diagonal The Garnered
Acacallis Handmade Pocket Cushion - Maria Sigma Cushion Blue Detail Front The Garnered
Acacallis Handmade Pocket Cushion - Maria Sigma Cushion Blue Detail Back The Garnered
Acacallis Handmade Pocket Cushion - Maria Sigma Blue Stripe Cushion Detail The Garnered
Acacallis Handmade Pocket Cushion - Maria Sigma Cushion Blue Detail Front Sideon The Garnered
Acacallis Handmade Pocket Cushion - Maria Sigma Cushion Blue Stripe Back Sideon The Garnered
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Acacallis Handmade Pocket Cushion
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Maria Sigma's textiles embody ethical luxury. In every step of the production – from design to packaging – a zero-waste philosophy is followed. This cushion is hand woven from the highest quality natural undyed British alpaca and wool, with Aegean blue detail and tassels. Made to order, each piece is unique. Includes cushion pad.

Product details

Material: Pure new undyed natural British alpaca & wool
Dimensions: approx. 45 x 35cm + 2cm tassels
Origin: Handmade in London, UK

Care instructions

Hand-wash in cold water/ washing machine: wool/hand-wash cycle max. 30℃, low spin cycle, flat dry, steamed iron in low temperature. Gentle brush with wool comb.

Notes

Made to order. Lead times may be shorter or longer depending on the volume of the order. You will be notified as soon as you placed your order.

Price includes the inner pad filled with 100% British wool & cotton cover with zip.

About Maria Sigma

“It’s important to me to use undyed wool, because it means less waste. The dyeing process takes a lot of water and electricity, and undyed fabrics are much less toxic and more sustainable. My products are for the home, and I like the fact that they’re both functional and natural.”

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