Three Stars Diamond Road

You’ll love it because: With its three diamonds, woven on three panels, each representing the third eye, we hope this 100% silk prayer flag brings you triple luck!

Price:

$48.00

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Description

The Diamond Road Three Stars wall hanging is part of our prayer flag collection, wherein we put a contemporary spin on traditional prayer flags seen on temple grounds around Laos. Typically woven with colourful threads and bamboo reeds by Tai Lue communities, they are thought to bring peace, compassion, strength, wisdom and merit to their family.

Our prayer flags are woven with 100% silk and can be used as minimalist decor in modern homes. This prayer flag was woven by master weaver Mrs. Vaa who has an affinity for the diamond pattern. The diamond represents knowledge and wisdom.

  • Material: 100% silk
  • Care Instructions: Gently clean with damp cloth
  • Dimensions: 120 cm x 32 cm (47.2 in x 12.6 in)

Additional information

WeightN/A
Color

Black, Blue, Purple, Red

Made by:

Mrs. Vaa

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