Square cushion cover with a natural coloured cotton warp. One side of cushion has broad horizontal cream coloured wool bands alternating with narrow black wool stripes. Other side has two broad bands of cream coloured wool at top and bottom with horizontal pattern bands in the centre in cream and black wool; some of the patterns use supplementary weft floats.Three sides of the cushion have black wool and cream cotton herringbone edging, small tassels of same in each corner. Opening along half of one side.
- Made in: Algeria
- Found/Acquired: Algiers
- Length: 42 centimetres
- Width: 43 centimetres
This collection was acquired by the donor while living in Algeria during the 1960s.
Good; slight staining.
Purchased by the donor in the State shop in Algiers.
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EAF68229
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