This traditional Moroccan ottoman or "Pouf" is covered with hand-woven white on white wool fabric. Woven by the women of the Beni Ourain tribe from the Atlas mountains near Fes, Morocco, this fringed fabric with metal sequins was originally a cape used for ceremonial occasions by the weaver. When the sequins jingled, the men of the tribe would know to modestly avert their eyes. (Well, perhaps they did peek a little!) Not only is this pouf a great natural neutral accent as a stool or footstool, it comes with a little bit of the culture of a far off place. (story comes with each piece). It measures 16" wide and 17" high.