All-Seeing-Eye Tribal Wool Cushion COVER HANDEMBROIDERED
In the style of Navajo tribal art, this all-seeing-eye pattern is done in striking red, gold, and turquoise, outlined in black. The hand-dyed Kashmir wool thread is painstakingly stitched into a finely handcrafted cushion cover. This would go well among other Western Art, tossed onto a leather couch or chair, or paired with other, similarly colored pieces, the cushion tying it all together. In this particular piece, the red background is chain-stitched around the design rather than in the customary whorls.
Composition: 70% Wool, 30% Cotton
Size: 16′ x 16′ (40cm x 40cm)
From patio to living room, from den to bedroom, these fabulous eye-popping toss pillows can be used virtually anywhere. Exotic throw pillow covers can create a splash by pulling accent colors from the art and accessories in a room to tie it all to your own signature look. Native American designs are beautiful and inspiring. They contain myriads of elements which can be pulled together to create whole new works. Each symbol in these decorative pillow covers has deep meaning, and together they produce works that are not only attractive and desirable for aesthetic reasons but also for their ability to enliven and elevate the vibration of the room.