Paradise Flycatchers Applique Cushion Cover (Red)
The Paradise Flycatcher is not a bird found in Tibet, but is a common sight in the lush Himalayan foothills, the temporary home of many Tibetans in India. The Paradise Flycatcher is a common sight in the Norbulingka gardens.The male is white with a long tail that undulates behind him as he flies from tree to tree. The female, more compact and coral red, stands nearby tending to the nest.
Give your home a lovely Tibetan touch with our hand-appliquéd cushion covers. Stitched onto organic cotton hand woven at Norbulingka, screen printed and appliqued with plain satin silk, and finished with handmade frog buttons closure, this is a treasure to keep for a lifetime.
Large: 20x20inches (50x50cms)
Small:14x14inches (36x36cms )
Learn more about appliqu̩é at Norbulingka here.