Eco Friendly Thai(198 items)
Welcome to the Eco Friendly Thai Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Eco Friendly Thai
Roomy, soft and beautiful.
I really wanted to select a special handbag, that wasnt like any I already had style-wise. I love crossbody bags, so I was browsing with my husband, we both looked at this, and said.. yes, this is the one! The artwork is beautiful and the color selection perfect. I love the strap length and its soft and just lovely to carry!
This is a wonderful piece of jewelry. It?s great colors, light weight and goes with everything. You can wear it through airline security without setting off any alarms. You can?t go wrong with this necklace! Love it!
Cute way to wear a pop of pink!
Perfect accessory to add a dash of pick to your outfit with! Nice that its not plastic, either - love wearing wood!
Somyot Sawasdee Recycled paper sculptures
"I began to think seriously about my own design work. I started to design new items by using various types of waste or scrap wood, paper, glass, cans, and coconut shell."
"I did not work in the area that I had studied after I graduated, though I did work in design and advertising and it was... read more
Popular Eco Friendly Thai
3 Quart Conical Wood Serving Bowl Hand Crafted in Thailand, "Conical Nature"
Thailand's Noppadol Laesanklang creates a fabulous effect with the design of this conical bowl. Certain to delight the eco-conscious, the bowl is crafted by hand of naturally seasoned rain tree wood expertly showcasing the wood's natural grain.
Hot Pink Torsade Necklace Wood Beaded Jewelry, "Ping Belle"
In hot pink and brown, this torsade necklace is by Sumalee Nawakul. She crafts the necklace by hand with dyed pink wood beads of littleleaf boxwood, creating 10 hand-knotted strands that twist into a necklace that can fasten at two different lengths.
Multicolor Necklace Beaded Jewelry Knotted by Hand, "Songkran Belle"
Thailand's Sumalee Nawakul puts together a palette of vibrant colors for the design of this necklace. She uses rice-shaped beads carved of littleleaf boxwood, creating 10 hand-knotted strands that twist into a necklace.