You'll be Peacock of the Walk with this ikat beauty in the house. Ikat, derived from the Indonesian word mengikat, "to die," is thought to be one of the oldest forms of textile design. We love the brilliant color and gyp-chic look.
Fabric: 100% Linen
Trim: Antique Gold
Features: Signature Exposed Brass Zipper
90/10 Goose Feather/Down Insert Sold Separately
Fabric House: Peter Dunhan, Hollywood at Home
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