Nyala Mud cloth Curated Pillow set
This rich cotton fabric comes from Mali where artisans and makers come together to create “Bògòlanfini,” or African mud cloth. The fabric, like its name, is derived from mud or earth, “bogo” and cloth “fini.”
According to Malian tradition, mud cloth is a symbol of status, bravery, and good fortune. Hunters wear the cloth for protection from danger–and women, as a rite of passage, when girls enter womanhood. Believed to ward off pain and negative forces, new mothers wrap mud cloth around their infants.
This is an authentic 100% hand-spun, hand-woven, hand-dyed using river mud and trees leaves in Mali West Africa.
This rust-colored Nyala pillow cover is as versatile as it is beautiful. The hand-selected fabric and artfully drawn print will spice up your living room or even dress up your patio. We also included our rust Everest and Olivia. This combo is great on your sectional sofa or on your bed. If you are a pillow lover then this Mud cloth combination is worth it.
- Handcrafted mud cloth front
- Hemp and cotton suede back
- YKK brass zipper
- Nyala 24 x 24
- Everest 20 x 20
- Olivia 16 x 16
- Pillow cover only - no insert included
*Please note that as unique, handmade piece, no two pieces are ever exactly the same and color varies across monitors. Our website photos are a close representation of this work, but may not be identical to the piece you receive.
We suggest you spot clean the pillow