Elephant Doll

You’ll love it because: This natural cotton elephant pays tribute to the Land of a Million Elephants, the former name of Laos, and it is a great souvenir, toy or gift!

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$9.80$13.00

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Laos was once known as “the land of a million elephants.” These handmade elephant dolls are made by Tai Lue women in Northern Laos, using organic Lao cotton and natural dyes.

  • Material: 100% organic Lao cotton
  • Care Instructions: Spot clean with cool water and mild soap

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Color

Beige, Black, Dark Blue, Light Blue, Pink, White

Size

Medium, Large

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Made by Tai Lue
Tai Lue

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