Sale!

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:

$189.00

SKU WH-16-C Category Tags , ,
Clear

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)

Additional information

WeightN/A
DimensionsN/A
Color

Black, Blue, Red

Made by:

Mrs. Khamchan

Learn about the Living Crafts Centre!

Play Video

You might also be interested in:

Five Siho Prayer Flag

Prayer flags can be seen in temples and homes, and they are a form of prayer. Temple flags can be made of many materials, and ours are woven from hand loomed silk. The bamboo reeds seen in temple flags represent steps to heaven, or the elevation of prayers to a

$44.40
Shibori Stripe Silk Scarf

Master dyer and master weaver Ms. Phet has been weaving at Ock Pop Tok since 2002. Ms. Phet loves playing with colours and has mastered many types of Shibori patterns. She was inspired to try the Shibori technique after a trip to the International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe,

$27.00
Shanghai Silk Shirt

Part of the ancient Silk Road, Lao artisans were often inspired by the garments of passing traders. Our Shanghai silk shirt is inspired by classic Chinese garments and buttons popularised during the Tang dynasty. In our version, we use natural, handwoven Lao silk dyed in jewel tones, plus the classic

$45.00
Indigo Batik Placemat

The indigo batik placemat is a great conversation piece for your next dinner party. Traditionally, Hmong artisans grow and harvest the hemp that are then woven into lengths of fabric. Using a metal pen and beeswax, the Hmong draw patterns on the hemp. The cloth is then dip dyed in

$5.88
ZigZag Rug

Ock Pop Tok's rug collection has been popular since we first unveiled it a few years back! We've kept the motifs and colours simple, making it easy to fit into any decor. The sturdy, heavy weight cotton yarns contribute durability and softness. The zigzag pattern is woven using tapestry weaving

$46.80
Diamond Cotton Wall Hanging

Woven by Tai Lue artisans, this wall hanging embodies the spirit of Lao weaving. Soft Lao cotton, local indigo and supplementary weft technique, the artisans create pieces like this to be used as bedding, wall partitions and other domestic uses. It can also form the base of a wedding blanket.

$78.00
Shibori Earrings

Remnants of shibori cotton and silk are knotted into beads and tassels to create these perky earrings. We've also added bead made from upcycled bomb fragments that are present in the Lao countryside. The upcycled bomb beads come to us from Article 22, a Lao-based jewelry social enterprise that works

$5.22

Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter!

You will receive a welcome Email with a 15% coupon for our online store within one hour.

If you don’t get anything, please check your spam folder.