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Moroccan Pillow handira

El Ramla Hamra Moroccan Pillow handira


Product description

Handira Pillow

A beautiful handira pillow, made from an authentic vintage bridal cape. We search and collect the handira bridal blankets to make beautiful pillows. They are made by the craftsmen with whom we work.

According to the old Moroccan Berber tradition, the handira was worn like a cape around her shoulders on the day of her wedding.

The handira was made entirely by hand with a lot of love and many prayers by female relatives of the bride. The cape was hand spun and hunderds and thousands of sequins were being put by hand onto the handira. The handira stood for happiness, fertility, and protection from evil.

Vintage handiras are very popular but hard to find in good condition.The white handiras are even more difficult to find and the most exclusive ones.


Styling with Handira Cushions

Adding a beautiful scandiboho chic vibe will be easy with these beautiful pillows. They also look great in a Scandinavian-style interior. You can go for a pillow full of sparkly sequins or keep it minimalistic. We have handira cushions covered with sequins. But also beautiful more modest pillows with only fringes or only a small amount of sequins. Don't be afraid to combine the different shades of white and natural. Ton sur ton styling in white and natural can never go wrong.



  • Size: 60 x 40 cm | 23'6 x 15'7 inch
  • Material: wool, cotton
  • Age: approximately 25 to 35 years
  • Because these cushions are made from vintage handira rugs, they may show minor signs of wear and age. Such as fading and / or small rust spots. this gives it that beautiful authentic vintage character

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