Wall Hangings $40 to $60(33 items)
Welcome to the Wall Hangings $40 to $60 Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Wall Hangings $40 to $60
Looks great in my salon
Keawpankanlaya wrapped this so beautifully and with so much thoughtfulness. The yok dok itself is obviously gorgeous. Very please, will be ordering from again.
Cheerful and Imaginative
Lovely appliqué work. A whimsical and creative design to brighten any wall. Love that its multi-dimensional.
"My mother and I thought about how much we love cloth and textile arts. So we realized that we would like to preserve Thailand's silk brocade legacy until our last breath."
Popular Wall Hangings $40 to $60
Green African Batik Cotton Wall Hanging from Ghana, "African Moon and Star"$59.99
Ghana's legendary symbols communicate popular wisdom. Depicted on the forehead of an African mask, means "the moon and the star" in the Twi language of the Akan people. K. Baka works in batik on cotton to create this wall hanging in green, brown and black. "This is a symbol of love, faithfulness, harmony," he explains.
Zigzag Motif Cotton Wall Hanging Made in Thailand, "Naga Charm"$47.99
Inspired by the traditional textiles of Thailand, Keawpankanlaya presents this colorful wall hanging. The bold, zigzag weave is framed in black for dramatic contrast. Raintree wood rods support the wall hanging at top and bottom.
Applique wall hanging, "Measure Me Farm"$54.99
All is color and happiness on an Andean farm. Children play amid carrot beds and cornfields beneath a sunny sky. Women of the Santa Magdalena Association create this delightful wall hanging. They work in the traditional art of (patchwork), crafting each tiny embroidered figure in three dimensions. The tapestry serves to measure a child's growth.
A display rod can be slipped through loops at the top.
Handcrafted Folk Art Applique Wall Hanging, "Amazon"$49.99
A baby elephant joins creatures from the Peruvian Amazon in this fanciful appliqué wall hanging. Brachiating from tree to tree, a monkey chatters excitedly while pink ducks wade in the river. A serpent slithers up a tree and smiling people go about their business. Working in the traditional art of (patchwork), women of the Santa Magdalena Association create this delightful piece. Each tiny figure is crafted in three dimensions and embroidered.
A display rod can be slipped through an opening at the top.