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Mien Yao Silk Table Runner

You’ll love it because: Taking inspiration from Mien Yao embroidery patterns, this all silk handwoven table runner adds an elegant touch to any table.

Price:

$41.40

Description

The highly-detailed motifs look like embroidery, but when you see our master weavers at our studio on the Mekong, it becomes clear: Laos master weavers are extremely skilled! Interestingly, the pattern on this table runner was inspired by Mien Yao embroidery, although it is woven using the kit or supplementary weft technique.

This cross-cultural collaboration and exchange is a creative outlet for the artisans! Woven from all natural silk, dyed with all natural dyes. Handwoven at the Living Crafts Centre.

  • Material: 100% Silk
  • Care Instructions: Hand wash in cool water, use mild soap
  • Dimensions: (Large size: 38 cm x 250 cm, Medium size: 38 cm x 180 cm)

Additional information

WeightN/A
Size

Medium, Large

Made by:

Mrs. Vilaiphone

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