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    An intricate border is count-stitched to perfection, taking nearly 4 days to craft. The needle-work design was gleaned from embroidered borders found in the neckline of women’s traditional Baluchi costume, and was scaled up for a contemporary look. A friendly smile adds more love to your living space.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  •  110

    The GOUDER represents the coming together of artisans in a slum called Shir-abad in the South of Iran and a designer from Lisbon, Portugal. To make this original design, we asked our Baluchi artisan partners to create a reference of all the traditional stitches they know. It started as a piece of fabric and gradually became a sample book of stitches that was passed around within the community. The book was then shared with our designer in Portugal who used it as inspiration for her original design. Crafted by hand on fine imported Italian fabric and finished with a delicate piping, this accessory will be an eye-catcher in any room. Contemporary and refined, yet authentic to its Baluch roots, it takes from the best of both worlds.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  •  110

    The GOUDER represents the coming together of artisans in a slum called Shir-abad in the South of Iran and a designer from Lisbon, Portugal. To make this original design, we asked our Baluchi artisan partners to create a reference of all the traditional stitches they know. It started as a piece of fabric and gradually became a sample book of stitches that was passed around within the community. The book was then shared with our designer in Portugal who used it as inspiration for her original design. Crafted by hand on fine imported Italian fabric and finished with a delicate piping, this accessory will be an eye-catcher in any room. Contemporary and refined, yet authentic to its Baluch roots, it takes from the best of both worlds.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  •  110

    The GOUDER represents the coming together of artisans in a slum called Shir-abad in the South of Iran and a designer from Lisbon, Portugal. To make this original design, we asked our Baluchi artisan partners to create a reference of all the traditional stitches they know. It started as a piece of fabric and gradually became a sample book of stitches that was passed around within the community. The book was then shared with our designer in Portugal who used it as inspiration for her original design. Crafted by hand on fine imported Italian fabric and finished with a delicate piping, this accessory will be an eye-catcher in any room. Contemporary and refined, yet authentic to its Baluch roots, it takes from the best of both worlds.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  •  110

    The GOUDER represents the coming together of artisans in a slum called Shir-abad in the South of Iran and a designer from Lisbon, Portugal. To make this original design, we asked our Baluchi artisan partners to create a reference of all the traditional stitches they know. It started as a piece of fabric and gradually became a sample book of stitches that was passed around within the community. The book was then shared with our designer in Portugal who used it as inspiration for her original design. Crafted by hand on fine imported Italian fabric and finished with a delicate piping, this accessory will be an eye-catcher in any room. Contemporary and refined, yet authentic to its Baluch roots, it takes from the best of both worlds.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  •  166

    Noor, meaning light in Persian and Arabic references the intricate mirror work of the cushion. Made on 100% fine Italian linen, the intricate border was crafted using a special needlework technique called “javak,” which is the most labor intensive out of all the Baluchi embroidery stitches. At first, a grid is embroidered covering the entire surface of the piece, counting every single weave of the fabric. The result will look like a bee-hive. Afterwards contrasting colors are layered on top to fill up the empty spaces. Two or three layers later, not a single trace of the fabric’s surface can be seen.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  •  258

    Part of our Special Edition collection , NOOR is a masterpiece that draws inspiration from the necklines of tribal Baluchi women costumes. Noor, meaning light in Persian and Arabic references the intricate mirror work of the cushion. This piece was made using a special needlework technique called “javak,” which is the most labor intensive out of all the Baluchi embroidery stitches. At first, a grid is embroidered covering the entire surface of the piece, counting every single weave of the fabric. The result will look like a bee-hive. Afterwards contrasting colors are layered on top to fill up the empty spaces. Two or three layers later, not a single trace of the fabric’s surface can be seen. It takes one master artisan 3 weeks to craft this piece of art.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  •  97

    Bring in the light with our signature SUN LADY. Inspired by talismans from the Bakhtiari tribe of Iran, the Sun Lady was seen as a source of light and positivity, which was typically given to newly-weds or was used in the bedroom of children. Handmade by our artisan partners in the Baluchistan region of Iran, this design is a favorite for them to stitch. They say it brings them joy and feelings of tenderness. We think it could be due to superstition or merely the bright colors. Whatever the reason, you will feel the artisan’s positive energy in every stitch. Fun fact: from time to time, some of the embroiderers are seen kissing the lady’s face while they embroider her.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  •  97

    Bring in the light with our signature SUN LADY. Inspired by talismans from the Bakhtiari tribe of Iran, the Sun Lady was seen as a source of light and positivity, which was typically given to newly-weds or was used in the bedroom of children. Handmade by our artisan partners in the Baluchistan region of Iran, this design is a favorite for them to stitch. They say it brings them joy and feelings of tenderness. Fun fact: from time to time, some of the embroiderers are seen kissing the lady’s face while they embroider her.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  •  97

    Bring in the light with our signature SUN LADY. Inspired by talismans from the Bakhtiari tribe of Iran, the Sun Lady was seen as a source of light and positivity, which was typically given to newly-weds or was used in the bedroom of children. Handmade by our artisan partners in the Baluchistan region of Iran, this design is a favorite for them to stitch. They say it brings them joy and feelings of tenderness. Fun fact: from time to time, some of the embroiderers are seen kissing the lady’s face while they embroider her.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

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    Bring in the light with our signature SUN LADY. Inspired by talismans from the Bakhtiari tribe of Iran, the Sun Lady was seen as a source of light and positivity, which was typically given to newly-weds or was used in the bedroom of children. Handmade by our artisan partners in the Baluchistan region of Iran, this design is a favorite for them to stitch. They say it brings them joy and feelings of tenderness. Fun fact: from time to time, some of the embroiderers are seen kissing the lady’s face while they embroider her.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  •  294

    This one-of-a-kind masterpiece draws inspiration from the necklines of tribal Baluchi women costumes. It is crafted using a special needlework technique called “javak,” which is the most labor intensive out of all the Baluchi embroidery stitches. At first, a grid is embroidered covering the entire surface of the piece, counting every single weave of the fabric. The result will look like a bee-hive. Afterwards contrasting colors are layered on top to fill up the empty spaces. Two or three layers later, not a single trace of the fabric’s surface can be seen. It takes one master artisan 3 weeks to craft this piece of art.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  •  294

    This one-of-a-kind masterpiece draws inspiration from the necklines of tribal Baluchi women costumes. It is crafted using a special needlework technique called “javak,” which is the most labor intensive out of all the Baluchi embroidery stitches. At first, a grid is embroidered covering the entire surface of the piece, counting every single weave of the fabric. The result will look like a bee-hive. Afterwards contrasting colors are layered on top to fill up the empty spaces. Two or three layers later, not a single trace of the fabric’s surface can be seen. It takes one master artisan 3 weeks to craft this piece of art.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

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