Handwoven at Ban Rai Pai Ngam, the famous weaving cooperative, these attractive all-cotton placemats exhibit the subtleties of natural dyes and handweaving. Colors are derived from seeds, roots, berries and leaves which yield soft versions of black, grey, accented by the natural color of the cotton. A rustic texture is from locally grown cotton threads, and patterning in the weave gives them a tweedy appearance. These will handsomely accent any table and also make nice gifts. This is the only set available. (Please spot clean or handwash gently and line dry.)
Size: 18.5 in. x 12.25 in.
Made of authentic tribal textiles, this unusual runner is a one-of-a-kind treasure. Incorporating a handwoven panel of handspun, naturally-dyed cotton made by the remote Lawa people in the hills of Thailand, it is bordered by finely woven ribbon on a background of dark grey/green Hmong handwoven hemp. The ends are finished with the original fringe and the backing is cotton. This looks wonderful on a table or can be used to dress up a door or a bed, or displayed on a wall.
Size: 89.5″ (7′-5.5″) x 10.5″