Silk Wedding Blanket

You’ll love it because: In Laos, a wedding blanket is like a wedding ring. It seals the deal for a lifetime! Plus it makes a wonderfully unique wedding present.

Price:

$850.00

In stock

In stock

Description

Silk Wedding Blanket with Border is a traditional part of any dowry. A weaver would make one for her and her newly wed husband, the wedding blanket is believed to bring a good luck to the newly weds and protect them. This work of art takes up to three months to weave.

Due to their handmade features, colour and motifs vary greatly with this piece. Please add the comments of the colour and motif you prefer on the order.

Additional information

Weight700 g

Made by:

Made by Tai Daeng
Tai Daeng

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