King Naga Wall Hanging

You’ll love it because: An original design by master weaver Mrs. Panee, it supports Lao weavers, plus you have the good merit of having the King Naga in your home!

Price:

$1,120.00

Description

The King Naga is one of the most complex and awe-inspiring wall hangings from our Master Weavers collection. Woven by Mrs. Panee, the design was inspired by an old Tai Daeng textile from our Heritage Textile Collection, a rare collection of Lao textiles featuring over 700 pieces which is a source of inspiration for our team.

The King Naga, a mythical serpent who symbolises protection, is the most handsome of all the Nagas. Handwoven with 100% silk at the Living Crafts Centre.

Learn more about our F2F Collection!

  • Material: 100% silk
  • Care Instructions: Dry clean only
  • Dimensions: 180 cm x 78 cm (70.9 in x 30.7 in)

Additional information

WeightN/A
Dimensions180 × 78 cm
Color

Blue, Gold, Red

Made by:

Mrs. Panee

Learn about the Living Crafts Centre!

Play Video

You might also be interested in:

Oma Embroidery Coasters DIY Kit

What better way to appreciate a craft than to give it a try? Our mission has always been to promote the discovery of Laos through textiles to our visiting guests in Luang Prabang. Today, after more than 20 years, we thought we would take our commitment further and share our

Phou Tai Diamond Cushion Cover

Our collection of cushion covers are sized slightly larger, making them versatile. Use them on your bed and sofa, your most comfortable armchair or as a floor pillow. Handmade with natural cotton woven by partner villages in Luang Prabang province. The inner ikat panel is woven by Phou Tai artisans

$29.00
Multi colour Piet Bag

Piet, or Lao jungle vine, is a wonder fibre! The Khmu ethnic group has long understood the jungle vine’s strength, versatility and sustainable features. Khmu communities collect the vine in the jungle, then dry and crochet the fibres into bags and sturdy straps to attach to handwoven basket. The bags

Rice Field Scarf

The Rice Field scarf is part of the Khao Niao (Lao for sticky rice) collection. The scarf showcases a textured weave created using four pedals on the loom, also known as Jacquard weave. The scarf is woven using a soft cotton and rayon blend fibre. Why do we call it

Tapestry Shoulder Bag

Silk weaving has a long history in Laos, with strong links to the Silk Road's legacy of cross cultural trade and exchange of ideas. Eri silkworms are still cultivated in local households, and the silk they produce are known for their strength and for reflecting light beautifully. Dyed in natural

$37.20
Two Shades Indigo Unisex jacket

This two shades of indigo jacket can be worn by him or her. Created by a designer in Santa Fe this asymmetrical jacket is fun to wear. In the lush valleys of northern Laos, Tai Lue weavers plant cotton alongside their rice fields. They are the masters of fine cotton

Kiridara Silk Organza Shawl

The Kiridara Silk Organza Shawl is a soft ,easy to wear silk shawl. The name Kiridara means highly-esteemed, celestial, or put simply — a super star! It features woven flowers and crab motifs in naturally dyed silk using indigenous plants and herbs. We begin with organza, silk that still has

Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter!

You will receive a welcome Email with a 15% coupon for our online store within one hour.

If you don’t get anything, please check your spam folder.