Mud Cloth Cushion - Mali

Regular price $210.00 AUD
Regular price Sale price $210.00 AUD
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Indulge in the rich history of Mali with this stunning cushion. Handmade using traditional techniques, this cushion features authentic mud cloth, known as "Bògòlanfini," which has been an integral part of Malian culture for centuries. Skilled artisans meticulously hand-dye the cotton fabric with natural pigments, creating intricate patterns and symbols that hold deep cultural significance. Each piece is a labour of love, reflecting the traditions and stories of the Mali. With its rustic charm and soulful craftsmanship, this mud cloth cushion is not only a stylish addition to your interior, but also a celebration of African creativity and craftsmanship.

Care Instructions
Washing natural dyed fabrics requires gentle handling to avoid colour fading or bleeding. Start by hand washing the fabric in cold water using a mild detergent and avoiding harsh chemicals. Avoid wringing the fabric and instead gently squeeze out excess water. Rinse thoroughly in cold water and then lay flat to air dry. Avoid exposing the fabric to direct sunlight or high heat, as this can cause further fading or damage to the fabric. For additional advice, please contact us.

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We’re focused on curating an unmatched selection of authentic, handcrafted, antique and vintage wares from across the globe. We work with independent, small-scale, local makers and distributors to bring you pieces that are sustainably made and sourced, often using reclaimed materials. Our supply chain is simple and direct, ensuring we can support communities, artisans and craftsmen abroad whilst bringing the best in unique and traditional techniques and design from faraway places and cultures.