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Osborne Blue Oblong Cushion

Regular price £136.00

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Crafted out of our new favourite Blithfield fabric, Osborne, this vibrant oblong cushion makes a big statement with its bold block print design, contrast ric rac trim and jewel tones. This cushion looks great in all colours and will add personality wherever it is placed.

This cushion is also available in Red, Green and Gold.

 

Details

35 cm H x 50 cm W

Handmade in UK

Front & Back Fabric: 100% Linen

Trim: 100% Polyester

Insert: Feather

Dry Clean Only

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Delivery

We endeavour to ship all orders within one working day, however during busier periods it may take up to 3-5 days. Please keep in mind that all orders placed on weekends or holidays will be processed the next business day. Orders placed after 12PM GMT on business days will begin processing on the following business day.

Each product is carefully packaged to ensure that it arrives in pristine condition. If you place an order online for multiple products, we will consolidate boxes to the extent possible. Orders will be shipped and delivered right to your front door.

 

EU and International Delivery

Please note all international shipments are subject to customs/duty fees upon arrival in the designated country. The amount charged is at the discretion of the country's customs.This duty charge will need to be paid for by the customer.Wicklewood are not responsible to pay for customs/duty fees for any orders.

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The Story

Blithfield

Wicklewood grew from Blithfield, the boutique British textile house founded by Elizabeth Downing (Caroline’s mother) and Anne Dubbs. Known for its beautiful printed textiles and wallpapers which are inspired by an extensive archive of documents sourced all over the world and accumulated over three decades of collecting. Grounded in the original archive of prints and designs, Blithfield’s distinctive aesthetic is the product of imagination, instinct and intuition, looking to the past to move each collection into the future.