Salmon Herringbone Huipil Pillow

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Sale $185
22"W x 22"H EST. SHIP DATE: 4/15
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Our printed pillows are created with the newest eco-friendly technology to reflect the detail and uniqueness of archival textiles while being durable for modern living. Digitally printed onto our signature cotton/linen blend fabric.

DETAILS:
Front: Cotton/Linen Blend
Back: 100% Natural Flax Linen
Closure: Exposed zipper with a gold pull
Made In: USA
Oversized Feather/Down insert included

Our fabrics are OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified. This means that they have been tested and are free of over 100 harmful and environmentally damaging chemicals. Our fabrics are better for your skin and better for the environment.

Please remove the down insert before cleaning your pillow cover, then gently spot clean. If spot cleaning won’t suffice, we recommend dry cleaning.

All orders placed after 1 PM ET will start processing on the next business day. Allow 2-5 business days for standard processing.

Items on pre-order will ship according to the estimated timeline specified on this product page.

We accept returns and exchanges on most items within 30 days, with the exception of custom and sale items. Items must be in new condition, unwashed, unused and in their original packaging.

Provenance

This pillow is made with fabric that is inspired by our iconic St. Frank Guatemalan textile. The Huipil, or blouse, is a traditional female costume worn across the Mesoamerican region. This loose fitting tunic has been worn since before the arrival of the Spanish to the Americas, and remains the most common garment worn by indigenous Mesoamerican females today, particularly the Mayas in Guatemala. Huipil are created on a backstrap loom and heavily decorated with woven designs. Many weavers also incorporate intricate embroidery patterns within their weaving. The piece that inspired this fabric was used to wrap around the base of a candle for safe carrying during ceremonies.