Cressida Bell Shield Cushion Blue and Green
This Shield needlepoint cushion is the newest addition to our range designed by Cressida Bell, a British designer specialising in textiles and interiors renowned for her uncompromisingly decorative style.
Blending the influence of her well-known Bloomsbury Group forebears with the geometric shapes of African textiles, this bold wool cushion in a palette of sage green, powder blue and cream is created by over 60 hours of intricate hand-stitching.
Cressida “loves the fact that you get the name of the person who made it on the cushion”, seeing this versatile home accessory as a way to add colour to any interior.
- Size(inches): 15 x 15
- Size(cms): 38 x 38
- Feather cushion included. Needlepoint in wool. Dry clean only.
- Designer: Cressida Bell
UK delivery starts at £2 and is completely free for orders over £200.
We also offer international delivery.
We hope you'll be delighted by your new Fine Cell Work items, but just in case you're not, there are several circumstances in which we will refund your purchase, subject to the item being returned within 30 days of receipt.
Cressida Bell is a British designer specialising in textiles and interiors. From her London studio, she produces a wide range of products including homeware and accessories. She also undertakes the production of many bespoke items from stationery and illustration to murals, carpets and furnishing fabrics.
Her work is known for its uncompromisingly decorative nature and its independence from mainstream fashion.
There is an undoubted influence from her well known Bloomsbury Group forebears (Quentin Bell was her father and Vanessa Bell her grandmother) but it is not an all-pervading one, and she has forged her own very individual style over the last 3 decades.
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