Cotton wall hanging, 'Purple Hyacinth' - Cotton wall hanging Curate

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Purple Hyacinth Cotton wall hanging

Delicate flowers center a zigzag path of purple hyacinths in a superb example of... more

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Delicate flowers center a zigzag path of purple hyacinths in a superb example of Thai artistry. Crafted with the ancient technique known as yok dok, such weavings once featured glittery details with threads made of finely beaten silver or gold. Keawpankanlaya presents a traditional textile as a beautiful wall hanging bordered in black. It hangs from rain tree wood display rods.

  • 0.22 kgs
  • 0.5 lbs
  • Wall hanging: 25.5 cm W x 86 cm H
  • Wall hanging: 10" W x 34" H
  • Rods (2): 36 cm L x 2.5 cm Diam.
  • Rods (2): 14.25" L x 1" Diam.

  • 100% cotton and rain tree wood, cotton cord
  • Dry clean only
  • Display rod(s) included
  • Free Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Premium Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Made in Thailand.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Thailand

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I was so impressed by the exceptionally beautiful quality of Keawpankanlaya's work. She is a truly gifted artisan! Craftsmanship of her caliber is rare.


Lawrence, KS USA

I just received my beautiful black Cotton sling bag, 'Golden Lotus' made by Keawpankanlaya. It is an amazing work of fine art. The detail and artistry of the silk stitching is breathtaking, while the purse as a whole is well constructed of quality cloth and workmanship. Thank you, Keawpankanlaya!