Vintage 1970's Mod Flowers Needlepoint Pillow

$50.00

From the 1970's , a unique and fabulous vintage pillow that is one of a kind! Original artwork of super cool mod flowers in pastels popped with a black accent. It has been carefully hand stitched into a needlepoint piece of art. With a velvet backing and self piping in the same soft peachy color, this throw pillow will give any room sweet 1970's vibes. Sourced from the original maker and only owner.

The pillow measures 17" high by 14" wide. It's approximately 4" deep. Metal zipper enclosure for easy cleaning and a cotton velvet back with some fading and a few worn spots on the self piping as seen in the photos. Polyester batting fill. "Melissa", the maker, needlepointed her name in the bottom corner. Her sister drew the design. The pillow cover is dry clean only.

Local pick up is available if you live in the Los Angeles area. Just let me know before you purchase so I can remove the shipping charges.

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Shipping from United States

I pack using eco friendly materials wherever possible which means you most likely will receive your shipment in a second hand box. Your item will be securely wrapped and sealed up.

I encourage all my customers to please RECYCLE, REDUCE, & REUSE.

Local pick-up available if you live or plan on being in the Los Angeles area. Just convo me so I can arrange to deduct shipping before you pay.

International shipping is available - just ask me to give you a quote.

Refunds

Refunds will be given for the purchase price only and excludes shipping costs. Refunds will only be given after the item has been returned and received in the condition it was sent to the buyer. Item must be in its original box. Buyer will pay all return shipping costs.

Additional

The objects sold here are vintage which is why I try to describe items accurately as some may show the wear of time or have manufacturer defects. Please read descriptions carefully and contact me with any questions you might have before making a purchase. I also recommend using the "zoom" function on the photos.

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