This pediment, was once the crowning feature of the Greek Temple of Apollo Epicurius built ca. 450 BC, found on a remote mountainside in the Peloponnese, . . . . . . . just kidding!! . . . . . but a pediment, is a triangular area located just above the entablature at the short ends of a colossal building, richly decorated with monumental narrative sculpture. This triangular cushion can be used as floor pillow, back rest, or decorative element to your pillow fort! Made one at a time, start to finish in NY’s Hudson Valley.
- H 25" x W 28" x D 2"
- 25” Equilateral Triangle Cushion
- Weight: 2LB
- Marbled in the Turkish Ebru tradition on 9.2oz cotton canvas, all sides
- Removable insert made from 2" foam & Dacron
- Hand dyed & sewn ¼” piping
- Coil zipper
Photos by Alon Koppel Photography, IG @alonkoppelphotography alonkoppel.com/