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Embroidered Pom-Pom Pillow by Justina Blakeney, White / Black

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Estimated Delivery Sep 28 - Oct 3rd
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MSRP: $159.00
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Item Description

Part of the Justina Blakeney collection for Loloi. Embroidered wool with small frayed pom-poms on a cotton base with solid back.


  • Down pillow insert included.

About Loloi

Loloi believes that innovative design, an eye for detail, and a commitment to craft produces truly distinctive rugs, and the belief that the only home accent worth making and having is one that is uncompromisingly original drives their design process.  No rug company has received as many ARTS Awards—the rug industry’s most prestigious honor—than Loloi since they were founded in 2004.
  • Overall: 13"W x 21"L
  • Color: White/Black
  • Weight: 1.75 lbs.
  • Pile Height: 1"
  • Fill Material: Down
  • Cover Material: Wool | Cotton
  • Wool
  • Cotton
  • Ships Ground
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  • Dry Clean Or Spot Clean
Made in
  • India
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