Shooting Star Organza Wall Hanging

You’ll love it because: The shooting stars pay tribute to the power of dreaming big, wishing on stars and working collaboratively to make dreams come true!

Price:

$128.00$260.00

Description

The Shooting Star Organza Wall Hanging is called Dao Tok in Lao. As in other cultures, seeing a shooting star is believed to be good luck and is a harbinger for good things to come.

The Shooting Star wall hanging was created to mark our 15th anniversary. It celebrates our commitment to create opportunities for Lao women artisans and our dedication to working together to keep Lao textiles dynamic and relevant. When Veo and Jo started this company, they dreamed big and wished upon a star!

  • Material: 100% silk
  • Care Instructions: Use a soft, dry brush to clean
  • Dimensions:
    • Small – 180 cm x 38 cm (70.9 in x 15 in)
    • Medium – 180 cm x 53 cm (70.9 in x 20.9 in)

Additional information

WeightN/A
Dimensions65 × 10 × 10 cm
Color

Blue, Olive, Orange, Red, Turquoise

Size

Small, Medium

Made by:

Mrs. Mina

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