A concentric doodle plays positive-negative in designer Annika Rimala's 1963 pattern Pippurikera (pepper ball). The large-scale design is reflective of her transition away from small prints as her popularity grew, culminating in her 20-year leadership of Marimekko's design department. Known for larger-than-life imagery and bold colors that reflect the youth culture of the 1960s, Pippurikera is a blossoming standard of Annika Rimala's iconic work. Duvet cover has positive-negative pattern on reverse, with hidden button closure at bottom and interior fabric ties to hold the insert in place. -Pattern designed by Annika Rimala; 1963 -100% cotton sateen -300-thread-count -Duvet cover patterns white on sage; reverses to sage on white -Pattern placement on shams may vary from sample shown -Machine wash cold -Made in Pakistan
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Review 1 for Marimekko Pippurikera Sage Queen Sheet Set
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Date: March 6, 2012
"love the pattern (that's what sold me), but these sheets already feel like they should be replaced after 2 washings. Expensive mistake."