Hawaiian Ulu Breadfruit Quilted Throw Pillow Cover- 16" Blue

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  • A more contemporary pattern of Ulu, (breadfruit trees) as it is named in Hawaiian, was one of the few subsistence plants the Polynesians brought with them when they sailed to the Hawaiian Islands.
  • The background is off white with a royal blue quilt pattern & edging. The back side is a solid off white with no design.
  • MEASURES 16" ON ALL SIDES. FITS 16" PILLOW.* Zippered Closure * 65% Polyester and 35% Cotton
  • Designed by Regency Marketing on Oahu and hand quilted in the Philippines . * Hand wash in cold water & line dry.


`Ulu was one of the plants considered important enough to the life of the culture for earliest Polynesian settlers to have brought it in their canoes, traveling to Hawai`i Nei from Oceania. Hawaiians believed that it was brought from the Samoan island of Upalu to Oahu in the 12th Century A.D.

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