Queens Crown Vintage Cushion

Vintage Cushions

Product Information

Circa 1950 & 1980. Bespoke-made cushion using original and increasingly rare vintage fabrics. Front cover commemorates the Queen's 1953 coronation. An event marked by the production of British made souvenir fabrics. Cushion comes complete with a British-made duck filled feather pad. The cover is made from silk, acetate satin with complete interfacing and full cotton lining. Ribbon edge rim and a vintage button on the zip pull.

Queens Crown Vintage Cushion

Availability: In stock

£165.00

VC-321

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About the Supplier

These unique cushions are handmade in Britain by designer Nichollette Yardley-Moore. Nichollette sources everything from original flags to rare scarves, transforming these once loved fabrics into bespoke cushions with an attention to detail that guarantees quality.

Specification

County of manufacture:
London
Dimensions:
66 x 71cm
Weight:
4.2kg

Delivery

Delivery Cost:
£ 7.50
Delivery Time:
7 Days
Delivery Info:

Returns

Return Period:
28 Days
Please open package carefully so that if neccessary it can be returned in the same packaging and securely cellotape down all openings

Guarantee

Guarantee 2 Years
Guarantee Length:
2 years
Guarantee Terms:
I take immense pride in personally making these unique cushions, I line all of my cushions and bind the seams to maintain a durability with the vintage fabrics. However, I cannot re-make any of them as each of them are unique. I guarantee my workmanship for 2 years, if you find that there is a fault in the cushion due to the workmanship within 2 years of purchasing then I will be happy to repair the cushion, at no cost to you. Please contact me on the details given in your order confirmation email or contact Made to Last to be put in touch with me

Provenance

Provenance:
Britain
County of Manufacture:
London

Care & Maintenance

Plump up cushion regularly to maintain the fullness of the cushion. Remove cover carefully and Dry Clean Only to preserve the colours of the fabrics.

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