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Southwest Contemporary Sham

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Placed images from 19th-century Navajo rugs take on a modern-art edge in this striking, contemporary design. Those beautifully simple rugs of the American Southwest have been sought-after trade items for more than a century. The directional cross is a sacred symbol to many Native American tribes and signifies the four great directions – North, South, East and West. Within each direction lie numerous powers and teachings. The symmetry of the crosses, squares and stripes make this design at home in settings from rustic to ultramodern. Unnapped. Whipstitch binding. 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA of fabric woven in our Northwest mills. Fits standard size pillow.

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Out of respect for our Native American friends and customers, Pendleton Woolen Mills has changed the name of some of its Native American-inspired blanket patterns. In the future, Pendleton will no longer employ tribal names to title its blanket patterns. When appropriate, we are pleased to give credit to the talented Native American artists who provide us with original designs, or tribes with whom we are working.
Dry clean.