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Slide 0: DYLAN VELVET CHAIR-&-A-HALF
Relax into the cushiness of this roomy 'Dylan' velvet chair-and-a-half. FSC-certified hardwood upholstered in dreamy, cotton/linen velvet. Foam core with polyester/goose feather/down fill. Bolster pillow included. USA. Sundance exclusive. 50"W x 40"D x 32"H, seat 19-1/2"H.
Slide 1: VINTAGE BOLIVIAN PONCHO PILLOW
Once worn as ponchos in the mountains of Bolivia, these artful pillow covers are repurposed from reclaimed vintage, handwoven textiles. Ponchos hold a special significance to the population of the high-elevation South American nation, and artisans have long used high-quality alpaca wool to knit these garments. Each pillow is one of a kind and will vary. Please note that because vintage ponchos are very rare, our supply of Vintage Bolivian poncho pillows is by necessity limited. Zipper closure. Wool/alpaca. Dry clean. Made in USA. Exclusive. 22" sq.
Slide 2: RAFFERTY SIDE TABLE
Hot-rolled and hammered steel combined with the wonderful patina of a cedar top makes this handmade 'Rafferty' side table by Jes MaHarry and Patrick Henderson rustically beautiful. USA. Exclusive. 16-3/16"W x 11"D x 22-1/2"H.
Slide 3: CLIFF CREEK FLOOR LAMP
Philadelphia artist Robert Ogden takes great pleasure in combining vintage knobs and gears, wheels and pulleys into rustic, one-of-a-kind creations with a modern eco-friendly vibe such as this floor lamp. Turn knob switch. USA. 40w max. Subject to prior sale. Approx. 27"W x 11" dia. x 50" to 62"H.
Slide 4: EQUESTRIA SOUMAK RUG
$195.00 - $1,795.00
Handmade by artisan weavers, this sturdy, 'Equestria' soumak-style rug is crafted from New Zealand wool and cotton. The design is inspired by a Pazyryk rug found in Mongolia in 1949 in a Scythian prince's tomb, where it had been frozen for over 2500 years. Imported. Patterns will vary by size. Rug pad recommended.
Slide 5: FOREST CHICKENS PAINTING
South African-born Karen Bezuidenhout, who lives and paints in Santa Barbara, recalls her childhood on a Stellenbosch Valley farm, where "there were always chickens scratching around the place." To her, they symbolize simplicity and an attachment to nature, recreated in this large canvas on which she employs multiple layers of paint, an oil stick and scratching to create texture. Acrylic on canvas with varnish. Exclusive painting made in USA. 30"W x 24"H x 1/2"D.