Salvaged from a fire during the sixth century, these pieces once made up the bases of twenty-one column foundations that supported the Temple of Apollo in Delphi.
- Front: hand-marbled fabric in the Turkish Ebru tradition of marbling on 10oz cotton canvas
- Back: 12oz light gray pearl weave upholstery fabric
- Hand-dyed ¼” piping
- 5% down / 95% feather insert. Invisible zipper
- Made one at a time, start to finish in NY’s Hudson Valley
BASE - the lowest portion of a column, supporting the shaft and capital
Photos by Alon Koppel Photography