Made of silver, these earrings, inspired by the local natural environment, showcase traditional Lao designs. Handmade in Laos.
- Material: 95% Silver
- Weight: 0.009 Kg
Phou Tai communities in southern Laos are skilled cotton farmers and master ikat weavers. Using traditional wrapping techniques and natural indigo, they create motifs resembling temples and nagas, among others. Traditionally, this type of fabric is used by women who wear them as sinh, or skirt. We've repurposed it to
We love this striking clutch because it combines the handiwork of Lanten and Hmong artisans and exemplifies teamwork! We begin with soft natural cotton, woven by the Lanten who are skilled cotton growers and weavers. Next, Hmong artisans use wax resist technique and indigo to create traditional geometric patterns. We
The subtle patterns and colours of the zigzag motif cotton table runner is part of its appeal. Small zigzag patterns are typically seen on Lao sinhs, although here we've exaggerated the proportion. The weft threads are made of up to 6-8 ply threads, making this collection extremely durable and sturdy.
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