Made of silver, these earrings, inspired by the local natural environment, showcase traditional Lao designs with a modern twist. Handmade in Laos.
- Material: 95% Silver
- Weight: 0.012 Kg
The Dao Tok Organza was created for the Lao Handicraft Association annual competition. The combination of organza, natural dye and Job's Tears adornments make this a classically Lao handicraft. Organza is raw silk, which means it is spun from the cocoon while the fibres are still covered in seracin, a
Ock Pop Tok means "east meets west" and the design and making of this cushion cover reflects our "heritage meets innovation" ethos. The leaf and diamond pattern are traditional motifs typically made using multiple colours. Our contemporary monochrome version is achieved by blending white silk for the base weave with
The Luang Prabang Temple Ikat is the work of master weaver Mrs. Sykai. She was inspired by the beautiful gates found at the temples in Luang Prabang, and has added little motifs that represent jasmine flowers, another one of her favourite things! Combining ikat and chok, or discontinuous supplementary weft,
The Kriang Cotton Placemats are woven by Kriang artisans on backstrap looms. The patterns represent animal and nature motifs that symbolise the Kriang's animist beliefs. The earthy colours reflect the Kriang's natural colour palette, which is mostly natural cotton, beige or browns. Due to their handmade features, colour and motifs
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