Lanten Cotton Coaster

You’ll love it because: The nature-inspired patterns embroidered by Lanten artisans, a small minority group in northern Laos will keep you and your furniture happy.

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$4.00

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Bright and colorful, these cotton coasters are hand embroidered by Lanten women in the North of Laos. No two designs are the same. Place your order and we’ll be happy to send you some photos or let us surprise you by mixing and matching a set.

The Lanten are a small ethnic group residing in northwestern Laos. They are accomplished cotton farmers, weavers and embroiderers. Made in collaboration with Lanten artisans through our Village Weavers Project.

Please note that the price is per unit

Additional information

WeightN/A
Dimensions11 × 11 cm
Color

Black, Blue, Light Blue, Multi Color

Made by:

Made by Lanten
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