Size: 28 x 166 cm
Fancy something exotic and ethically produced?
This exquisite table runner was handwoven by the Katu women from Salavan Province using backstrap looms. It is embellished with weft-based beading. It can be used as a table decoration, scarf, or wall hanging. Add a touch of vibrant colour to your home!
Your purchase supports fair trade movement and the development of Lao.
✔ Made from Lao cotton under Fair Trade Conditions
✔ Each one is unique and handwoven
✔ Made to last and suitable for multiple uses (scarf, table runner, wall hanging)
✔ Comes with a story card that describes what it is and how it is made
✔ Gift wrapping available for $1
✔ Free 365 day return within Australia
WHO YOU ARE SUPPORTING
Artisan Group: Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre
Ethnic minority communities living in rural areas make up the poorest sector of the Lao population. Recognising the unique obligations of a museum working with these communities, the Traditional Arts & Ethnology Centre (TAEC) runs an innovative livelihoods development program based on traditional handicraft skills. The overwhelming majority of handicraft producers in the program are ethnic minority women, who studies have shown spend their income on their family’s food, health and education needs. TAEC is certified by Fair Trade Laos.