Vintage Printed Ikat Throw Pillow & Pillow Sham - Andijan

  • 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. 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
    > Throw Pillow: 16" x 18" pillow cover, insert not included; 18" x 18" pillow insert recommended for a nice, full pillow (note: The throw pillows are cut from a different piece of fabric than the pillow shams featured in the photo. They are the same beautiful design but are just slightly more muted than the photo depicts.)

    Details & Care: Machine wash cool, hang dry or dry clean. No bleach or fabric softener. 16" x 18" throw pillow cover or 16.5" x 25.5" pillow sham.
  • 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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