Naga Palace Wall Hanging

You’ll love it because: The Naga motifs of this socially-responsible and sustainable wall hanging is an empowering wedding gift for yourself or as a present for newlyweds!

Price:

$315.00

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Description

The Naga Palace wall hanging showcases two significant Naga images: the two-headed Naga and the breeding Naga. The breeding Naga conveys the union of bride and groom and an aspiration for a healthy, enduring marriage. Along the border, crab motifs honor the spirit of the land and symbolize the hopes of a bountiful rice harvest.

This intricate piece is woven by Mrs. Kham, the head of our weaving team and an enthusiastic member of Ock Pop Tok weavers’ football team!

  • Material: 100% silk
  • Care Instructions: Dry clean only
  • Dimensions: 180 cm x 38 cm (70.9 in x 15 in)

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Color

Black, Blue, Red

Made by:

Mrs. Khamchan

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