Maman Jacqueline - Textured Raffia Kuba Cushion
Maman Jacqueline - Textured Raffia Kuba Cushion
Maman Jacqueline - Textured Raffia Kuba Cushion
Maman Jacqueline - Textured Raffia Kuba Cushion
Maman Jacqueline - Textured Raffia Kuba Cushion
Maman Jacqueline - Textured Raffia Kuba Cushion
Maman Jacqueline - Textured Raffia Kuba Cushion
Maman Jacqueline - Textured Raffia Kuba Cushion

Maman Jacqueline - Textured Raffia Kuba Cushion

Textured raffia cushions with colourful abstract designs.
Regular price£150.00
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Design

These textured raffia cushions are handwoven by female artisans from the Kuba tribe in DR Congo. Made from 100% locally sourced raffia, the abstract cushions are inspired by the lush landscape and colourful wax prints of Kinshasa, Congo, where the designer's founder, Jess, grew up. The kuba cushion cases have a natural textured finish that will add depth and intrigue to any room. 

Cushion insert not included.

Material: Raffia
Size: 60 x 60 cm / 23 x 23 in
Care instructions: Fill a basin with cool water and a mild detergent. Place the fabric in the water and soak for a few minutes then swish in the water a few times. Any scrubbing must be very gentle and from the back side of the fabric. Rinse the fabric in cool water and pat with a clean towel or cloth to remove excess moisture.

Made in and & shipped from DRC. Shipping 7 days. Free returns to our UK Warehouse within 14 days.


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ABOUT THE BRAND

Kilubukila

Based in Kinshasa, DR Congo, KILUBUKILA bridges the gap between craft and design and provides economic opportunities to female artisans in DRC. Handmade by women artisans from the Kuba tribe, their luxury collection showcases designer Jess's Congolese identity and helps to celebrate and preserve the cultural identity of the Kuba tribe. In adapting the craft to contemporary standards and providing key skills training, the design studio seeks to reinterpret the Congolese narrative abroad and empower local women.


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