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The Margo Selby Calypso Lumbar Pillow design is inspired by the forms of cut jewels, and woven in a vibrant multi-colored scheme. The fabric features an intriguing embossed-like surface, achieved by an innovative use of mixed fibers including a heat shrunk yarn which creates a tension in the cloth. Each Margo Selby Pillow is double sided with a removable cover, and includes a luxurious duck feather insert. Dimensions: 18" x 14". Please note that due to the nature of this fabric's "repeating pattern", each individual pillow may vary somewhat from the images shown. The cover fabrication is 46% Cotton, 32% Acrylic, 22% Polyester. Dry clean only.
Margo Selby is a renowned British textile artist with a design philosophy focused on pushing the boundaries of weaving to create contemporary stylish fabrics uniting the very best weavers, and high quality fibers to produce beautifully crafted products. She has collaborated with a range of prestigious art institutions including the Tate Galleries, the British Museum, and the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
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