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Queen Naga Wall Hanging

You’ll love it because: Designed by two exceptionally talented master weavers who wanted to spread the Queen Naga’s beauty, good will and guiding spirit!

Price:

$759.00$1,235.00

Description

An exemplary masterpiece by a master weaver, the Queen Naga wall hanging is inspired by patterns seen on traditional Tai Daeng wedding blankets.

The Queen Naga, the most beautiful of the Nagas, is distinct in her form, and she represents protection and wisdom. This piece was designed collaboratively by Mrs. Kieng and Mrs. Mina, two master weavers working in our studio.

Mrs. Kieng designed the popular King Naga Wall Hanging, and she felt the Queen Naga needed her own domain! Did you know a single piece takes up to 150 hours to weave?

  • Material: 100% silk
  • Care Instructions: Dry clean only
  • Dimensions:
    • 180 cm x 78 cm (70.9 in x 30.7 in)
    • 180 cm x 48 cm (70.9 in x 18.9 in)

Additional information

WeightN/A
DimensionsN/A
Color

Black, Blue, Gold, Red

Size

48×180, 78×180

Made by:

Mrs. Mina
Mrs. Kiang

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