Matt Manson has produced a collection of cushion covers made from vintage embroidered textiles dating back to the 1960's, from the Sam Nuea region of Laos, located on the north east border of Vietnam.
The designs are from traditional patterns often found in blankets. The textiles are woven in continuos supplementary weft technic, using indigo dyed hand spun cotton.
These are really unique products documenting a part of geometric design history and culture from this region and era.
A few threads of the woven motif are irregular in small sections but the overall condition is very good. The fabric has been washed and well cleaned before turning in to cushion covers.
Due to uniqueness, cover designs vary and the photograph are an indication only. For a more accurate representation, please contact us.
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