US SHIPPING NOTICE
The USPS recently made a drastic change to the way they calculate shipping on large packages, affecting the shipping cost of our hanging planters and headboards, you can read about it HERE
The actual cost of shipping planters and headboards is now from $25 (within LA) up to $65 (the furthest states). Any overcharges at checkout will be reimbursed at the time of shipping.
Please message us with your address if you want a quote specific to your location and sorry for the inconvenience!
To be used as a wallhanging or throw, this pieces is made from handwoven African mudcloth (cotton), washed linen and hand tied tassels.
Please see image #1 for the digital mockup of the exact panel you will receive
Due to the handmade nature of this fabric there will however be slight variations or imperfections in the weave or printing, and we consider this to be part of the beauty of this handmade fabric. Please note that "white" mudcloth is never pure white, and the shades within one piece can range from off white to cream.
Top casing fits a 1/2" wide curtain rod, dowel or copper pipe (ROD NOT INCLUDED)
The bottom edge of the tapestry has five large hand tied tassels. These little guys are very time consuming to make, but the end result is pure luxury.
100% cotton body, 100% linen binding
Approx. 42" wide x 65" tall
(not including tassels, measurements vary due to slight variations in size from panel to panel)
Spot clean or dry clean only
MADE TO ORDER IN CALIFORNIA, USA
PLEASE ALLOW 1-2 WEEKS FOR CREATION
THIS ITEM SHIPS FROM THE USA
Sold Out - $75.00 USD
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