Tai Lue Prayer Flag Ornament

You’ll love it because: These dream catcher ornaments are also a lucky charm! Inspired by prayer flag motifs, they are bound to bring you good luck and good cheer.

Price:

$3.20

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Only 1 left in stock

Only 1 left in stock

Description

These sweet ornaments may look like dreamcatchers, but they are actually inspired by temple prayer flags seen in Lao temples. Traditionally, temple flags bear diamond motifs which represent insight and wisdom.

Created by our artisan partners in Luang Prabang, these can be used for Christmas trees or to hang on any hook for added colour in your home.

Product available in multi-color option only.

Additional information

Weight8 g
Dimensions7 × 12 cm

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