Dao Tok Organza Placemat

You’ll love it because: This graceful and durable organza silk placemat is a perfect souvenir to remind you of Laos. It also makes a great hostess gift!

Price:

$28.00

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Description

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 natural film that adds texture, strength and durability.

Paired with the matching coasters, the placemats are the perfect addition to a festive table. Buy with the matching coasters and matching table runner for a complete set!

Additional information

Weight50 g

Made by:

Mrs. Khamchan

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