Shell Kaleidoscope Quilt Large Tray
Our signature printed fabric wraps this solid wood tray for a unique pop of pattern. Integrated gold handles make this tray perfect for serving drinks or elegantly displaying on a console or coffee table.
Material: Fabric-wrapped wooded tray, finished with gold metal handles
Made In: Philippines
20" L x 14" W x 2" H
Please note that as a unique, handmade piece, no two pieces are ever exactly the same and color varies across monitors. Our website photos are a close representation of this work, but may not be identical to the piece you receive.
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Quilting in America originated with English and Dutch settlers, when quilts served a utilitarian purpose as a bed cover or to hang over doors and windows for insulation. Quilting was often done in groups, which allowed the craft to be passed along from generation to generation within a community. Quilters sewed stories about the world around them into their quilts, such as pinwheels to represent the prairie winds and stars to represent the night sky. With the invention of the sewing machine and as commercially woven fabrics became more available, quilts became more complex and elaborate, transforming from a daily necessity into a form of artistic expression and a decorative medium.