Sampson Cushion Cover Wool 16in (40cm)
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Better World Arts is endorsed by/member of:Brighten up your living room with these beautiful pure wool cushions. They are handcrafted using a technique called Gabba. The ancient technique of chain-stitches a traditional Kashmiri handicraft is important to the local economy. This work is produced in remote villages and provides an important supplementary income between harvests and other rural work.
These cushion covers feature a plain black cotton canvas lining and secure zip closure.
Product: Cushion Cover Wool 16in (40cm)
Materials: 100% wool outer and cotton canvas lining
Dimensions: 40cm X 40cm
Artist: Rama Kulta Kulta Sampson
Kuntjanu is near Pipalyatjara in the far north west corner of the APY Lands. It is here, in Kuntjanu, that the Wanampi lives. Wanampi is the big rainbow serpent who sleeps under the ground in the tjukula (rockhole). This painting depicts the rockhole where Kuntjanu, an old tjilpi (old man) serpent hides under water.
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