Vintage Printed Ikat Pillow Cover - To‘ytepa

  • We picked these up in the world famous Turkish bazaar while on a trip to Istanbul. We couldn't resist the bright colors and playful patterns of these unique pillows. The turquoise, pink, yellow, raspberry and coral color palette of in the Kungrad Vintage Printed Ikat Pillow would make a unique statement in any room. Made from ikats hand-printed in the 1950s and 1960s in Uzbekistan, each of these mid-century ikats is different than any other ikat pattern we have ever seen.

    > given the vintage nature of these materials minor imperfections may exist - these variations are part of the charm of these pillows and should not be seen as flaws
    > zipper closure at back of pillow
    > 20" x 20" pillow sham, insert not included. 

    Details & Care: Machine wash cool, hang dry or dry clean. No bleach or fabric softener. 20" x 20" pillow cover.
  • A favorite of interior designers, ikats add an exotic flair to any room. But ikats are more than just a passing trend; they are detailed textiles with a rich history. Many African and Asian societies have an ikat tradition - some of the most robust are in Uzbekistan and Indonesia. 'Ikat' is derived from the Malaysian word mengikat, which means to tie, knot, bind, or wind around

  • Although ikats are traditionally woven, our ikat pillows are unique in that they were printed in Uzbekistan in the 1950 and 60s using a hand-printing process. Part of our Bazaar Collection, these pillows are unique - we have a very limited number of each, when they're gone, they're gone.





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