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Bairn Cushion

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Our hand-screenprinted cushion are inspired by dialects of the North - ancient colloquial words that are still in use in Northumberland, Yorkshire and Scotland. Designed with our definition of the word ' bairn ' Noun: referrrring to a child; son or daughter. "What a canny bairn" - that young person is very agreeable."That's a bonny bairn." - Congratulations your baby is very hansome/pretty. Our hand-screenprinted cushion designs are inspired by the dialects of the North - ancient colloquial words that are still in use in Northumberland, Yorkshire, Cumbria and Scotland. The hessian cushion cover is hand screenprinted in black. The back of the cushion is finished off beautifully in a contrasting dark blue ticking fabric with an envelope back. The cushion inner is 16 "x 16", overfilled with duck feathers to retain a plump feel. Made in Northumberland. Looks great with vintage or rustic style interior schemes. Appreciated by all ages. Handmade. Hessian and blue/white ticking fabric. Surface wipe clean only

Retailer: Not On The High Street

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Price last checked 3 months ago
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Product ID HR36027-166322
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