Cushions from this collection are handcrafted in sumptous linen or silk, depicting the marriage of Princess Draupadi in Mughal miniature style. Painstakingly illustrated based on hundreds of historical references, each character adds to the dramatic tension of this classic design, while the fresh and romantic colours express the excitement of love and celebration.
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Pure Silk: 45.72 cm (18") W x 45.72 cm (18") H
Linen: 50.8 cm (20") W x 50.8 cm (20") H
Pure Silk / Linen
Care & Instructions:
- Thoughtfully designed and made of high- quality fabrics to delight your senses for lasting enjoyment.
- Complementary design and high-quality fabric on both sides of the cushion, enhanced with a colour matched, concealed zipper.
- Original design: Informed by research and inspired by the romance of India’s history, crafts and legends.
- Each design is created in our studio.
- Eco friendly: Printing dyes are GOTS certified and meet Inditex ‘Clear to Wear’ criteria.
- Individually packaged .
- There may be negligible variations in colour and print.
- Cushion cover only.
- Does not include cushion pad.
- Dry clean only.
- Do not use bleach or tumble dry.
- The product will be dispatched within 5 to 7 working days.
- Made to order items cannot be returned or exchanged
- Returns accepted within 7 days of delivery in case of damaged goods
- Shipping within India is without any extra charges
- International Orders:
- Shipping costs may vary depending on volume of item purchased, as well as method and location of delivery
- To obtain a shipping quote, click on Request More Information and provide us your details. Within 48 hours, you will receive a shipping quote via email for your approval.
- International Orders are shipped on a DDU (Delivery Duty Unpaid) basis
- Customs duties may apply to international purchases
In 1664 the French East India Company brought the first of the colourfully printed cotton cloths known as indiennes, from India into France. Molière in his book Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme describes Monsieur Jourdain as being dressed in the latest fashion with “...une écharpe de toile peinte à l’indienne,” a printed cotton scarf from India, forerunners of Hermès scarves albeit in cotton. Indian fabrics were sold in Europe, traded for spices in South-East Asia, became the symbol of India’s struggle for Independence and the economic basis of an interwoven modern world. Toile Indienne joins this yarn of human history. The design house honours the Indian tradition of telling stories through their contemporary and classic fabric collections - inspired by the romance of India’s history, crafts and legends.View more details