By Jamini

Cushion Cover 40x40 - Brick Red Nagri

Payment in 3 installments free of charge available for all orders over €150.

This square cotton cushion cover, dyed using natural dyes, was conceived in Paris and then meticulously hand-printed by skilled artisans in India, following the rich traditions of Indian craftsmanship. Block printing, a technique using wooden blocks, is a typical craft from the Rajasthan region in Western India.

Adorned with a delicate hand-printed brick red floral motif, this cushion cover will brighten up your interior. Whether placed in your living room or bedroom, it will add a boho-chic touch to your home decor.

♥ By choosing this handmade piece, you are not only enhancing your living space but also contributing to the preservation of traditional craftsmanship and supporting artisan communities.


Dimensions: 40x40 cm
Cushion cover sold individually
Zip closure
Composition: 100% cotton
Color: beige with brick red floral patterns
Delicate wash at 30°C recommended

The brand

Jamini, in Hindi, signifies the purple hue of lotus flower petals that stretch endlessly across the wetlands of Assam. This is the region in the easternmost part of India, bordering Bhutan and Bangladesh, where Usha Bora, the creator of the brand, grew up.

In this vast continent, while color is ever-present, it is never just aesthetic. It marks each moment, each event, and leads to new horizons of life and beauty.

Following the same philosophy, Jamini also asserts its ambition: to bring together a community of committed customers sharing the same values of preserving an Indian heritage as legendary as it is decidedly contemporary, thereby becoming an international brand of reference, distinguished by its chic and bold style.

Block printing or Dabu, the technique of hand printing using carved wooden blocks, originates from Rajasthan and is now widespread across India. Jamini employs this process for some of its patterns, without wanting to overuse it, as there are many other crafts to explore. Part of Jamini's mission is to play the role of an explorer in search of the rarest craftsmanship.

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