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Large Oak Sun Cloth - Berry Wine - 110" x 110" KING PANEL

Large Oak Sun Cloth - Berry Wine - 110" x 110" KING PANEL
US$ 135.50 / each

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Large 110" x 110" KING PANEL in brilliant pinks, purples, and reds

Truly breathtaking and unique, this handmade sun cloth provides a world of possibility to bring a one-of-a-kind and unusual touch to your projects. Composed with the use of natural forms such as leaves, ferns, and seed pods to act as a dye and sun resist, this remarkably striking panel captures the beauty and magic of the South African landscape and its indigenous floral kingdom. This miraculously large panel is scattered with fallen oak leaves. 110" x 110" hand-dye panel, the fabric is handmade with nontoxic colorfast dye by Langa Lapu - an Eco friendly company in a rural community in Africa. Please handwash in cold water with mild detergent, line dry. Each panel is a unique work of art and will vary slightly from the example shown.

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