Akha Cotton Bracelet

You’ll love it because: Handmade by the Akha with nature-inspired embroidery and colourful tassels, this little beauty fits any age! Wear one or several together.

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$5.00

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Description

Akha communities in northern Laos’ Phongsaly Province decorate their clothing with beads and embroidery. In collaboration with the Village Weavers Project.

Akha artisans have adapted this traditional skill to create indigo-dyed soft cotton bracelets embroidered with flower motifs. Colourful tassel ties allow the bracelet to adjust to fit any size, any age. Wear one or layer several for a dynamic look!

Due to the handmade nature of this product, it is only available in multi-colour fabrics. Please add comments on the checkout  if you have a preference for the color. We can offer: White or Blue.

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Weight20 g

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Made by Akha
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