Embroidered Uzbek Mafrash Cushion – MAFC5


One-off cushion made up of a Uzbek embroidered Mafrash side panel. This embroidered panel has been reworked and made into a metre long cushion backed with a zip opening. With a feather inner

The term Mafrash has been used differently by Turkmen weavers to refer to box-like, rectangular tent bags. Uzbek and Kyrgyz nomads have made Mafrash of both knotted-pile and embroidered panels

Although in excellent condition, one-off and vintage items may have some of the idiosyncrasies of an aged, handmade artisan piece so small marks, slubs and signs of wear are to be expected and are an inherent part of their charm.