Make a statement with those tribal silver earrings. Handmade in Laos.
- Material: 95% Silver
- Weight: 0.016 Kg
Slow, responsible production means using everything! This lovely folding clutch is made by our team at the Living Crafts Centre using remnants of vintage Hmong embroidery panels and naturally-dyed indigo cotton woven by Tai Lue artisans. Added details include a zip closure and comfortable leather wrist straps. The result is
You asked and we listened! Finally a perfect sleeve for a 13 inch laptop! It is made beautifully and works to keep your laptop safe and looking sharp. A collaboration, through our Village Weavers Project, with Kriang artisans, an ethnic community based in southern Laos. Skilled backstrap weavers, the Kriang
Our Criss-Cross Indigo Cotton Scarf features delicate accents of double ikat indigo. It's a bestseller because it represents a classic, eco-friendly, handmade and sustainable Lao souvenir! The all organic cotton yarn is grown in northern Luang Prabang and Oudomxay provinces. Collaborating with us through the Village Weavers Project, Tai Lue
These hand-embroidered and handspun tea towels are super absorbent, thus perfect for drying hands and dishes. And when they’re not in use, they add some style to your kitchen with their colorful Akha embroidery! Akha communities in northern Laos’ Phongsaly Province decorate their clothing with beads and embroidery. The Akha
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. This type of fabric is traditionally used by women who wear them as sinh, or skirt. Material: Cotton Care Instructions
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