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Sourced from Burkina Faso, this vintage indigo is 100% cotton and hand-woven. Many people in Burkina Faso wear these as skirts, but it would look great as a sofa cover or table cloth as well. The color is exquisite.
77" x 42" (not include 1.5" of fringe on each side).
While the name Blue Lagoon Island may seem made up, we assure it's real and it's only 3 miles off of the coast of Nassau in the Bahamas. Formerly known as Salt Cay, the little island became a stopover for pirates and boaters who collected salt to preserve their foods before gaining entry to Nassau Harbour. Over the years ownership has passed between wealthy Bahamians and Americans, but today it is used as an educational dolphin reserve. This porcelain treasure from the storied island probably dates back to the 1970s.
4.5" diameter, 1.25" tall.
The Imperial Hotel opened its doors in the late 1880s as western visitors began to visit Japan. Two of the main buildings were designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and the design and decor still remain reminiscent of FLW's aesthetic. This neon fiberglass key chain likely dates to the 1960s or early 1970s and is connected to a metal key.
The fob is oval shaped and measures 4" tall, 3" wide.
Antique Navajo rug circa 1920-1930 with the "Eye Dazzler" pattern. Fraying on edges and a few worn through spots visible in photos.
3 feet, 3 inches x 5 feet, 7 inches.
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