Drop Dangle Embroidered Earrings

You’ll love it because: It’s a great gift for you or a friend that supports village based artisans in Laos.

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$4.60

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Description

Akha communities in northern Laos’ Phongsaly Province decorate their clothing with beads and embroidery.

The Akha artisans have adapted their traditional skills to create playful, contemporary earrings.

Due to the handmade nature of this product, it is only available in multi-colour fabrics. Please add comments at checkout if you have a preference for the color. We can offer: Red; Pink; Blue; Yellow; Orange.

Additional information

Weight40 g

Made by:

Made by Akha
Akha

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