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Argo Pillow

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Item No. 100189422
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Argo Pillow

Price reduced from C$ 375.00 to C$ 300.00 20% off
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  • Produced in a fair trade environment.
  • Grid lines are embroidered on a loom.
  • Handwoven

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  • Ships via FedEx

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Argo Pillow
Price reduced from C$ 375.00 to C$ 300.00 20% off
Details

Details

Contrast is a recurring theme in the Harar collection, inspired by the city's architecture and textiles. The Argo Pillow's contrasting grid lines float over bold base, offering a nod to mid century graphic design. Meanwhile, the name "Argo" comes from one of the five gates that surround the city of Harar, giving new meaning to this sturdy architectural motif. Pieces vary slightly from one piece to the next due to their handmade fabrication. Made in Ethiopia.
  • Produced in a fair trade environment.
  • Grid lines are embroidered on a loom.
  • Handwoven
  • Invisible zipper
Brand
Bole Road Textiles
General Dimensions
  • 20" H 20" W
Product Weight
4 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Argo Pillow

  • Height (in): 20
  • Width (in): 20
  • Weight (lbs): 4
  • 50% Polyester
  • 50% acrylic
  • 100% Cotton lining
  • Alternative down insert

Hana Getachew

After a decade in architecture, Hana Getachew decided to merge her passion for design with a love of fabrics from her native Ethiopia, and Bolé Road Textiles was born. Getachew's designs are handwoven by artisans in Ethiopia, making each piece one of a kind. The vivid patterns and bright colors evoke the vibrant culture she grew up with and honor the heritage and traditional crafts of the region.

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