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Laos’ tradition of silversmithing

The Tai Lao from Vientiane are known for their fine silver traditions. They use high quality silver, which is .99 pure silver (higher grade than sterling silver which is .925). Veo met the group at a trade show in the United States and a collaboration was begun. We work with a family business that is known for reviving traditional Lao jewelry techniques and designs. Many of the pieces feature the traditional flower of prosperity design which represents life, health, love, luck and happiness.

As jewelry in Lao has been considered a symbol of royalty and status, the flower of prosperity was incorporated into most traditional pieces. The belief is that as long as one wears it their life would always be filled with good fortune and luck. We work with multiple villages to sustainably source the silver from local silver mines. We encourage the silversmiths to continue to use the traditional techniques passed down for generations and to also innovate to meet the demands of the modern market.

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Mark Toum Silver Earrings

Made of silver, these earrings showcase traditional and intricate Lao designs. Handmade in Laos. Material: 95% Silver Weight: 0.006 Kg


Silver Woven Purse

There’s purses, and there’s purses… If you ever fancied owning a silver purse (not in colour but material), then this silver purse is made for you. The silver weaving replicates the design of bamboo weaving, giving it an undeniable lao touch. Handmade in Laos. Material: 95% Silver Weight: 0.231 Kg


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