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In stock and ready to be shipped from Luang Prabang, Laos. Item is designed and handmade by Mrs Phat.
The Ko Keyo Cream Cotton Tapestry Rug features tapestry weaving technique and repeating design. This soft, durable rug is the perfect compliment for any room.
This rug takes 32 hours to weave from start to finish.
Size: 2.6 feet x 5.9 feet
Care: Hand wash or dry clean.
10% of each purchase made through Local Bazaar for these products will contribute to the support of healthier and more sustainable communities through environmental, educational and health care-related improvements in rural Laos.
Our artisans are located around the world and will ship your items directly to you from their studios. Orders are shipped by DHL and should take 3-10 days after the artisans dispatch them.
If you receive this item in less than perfect condition or are not satisfied with it, you have 15 days from the date of delivery to request a free return with a full refund.
A passionate master of her craft, Mrs. Phat enjoys challenging herself to continually improve the patterns she weaves into her products in Phonsay Village outside of Luang Prabang, Laos.
Devoted to preserving the Lao culture, Mrs. Phat encourages other Lao women to learn, practice and embrace the art of weaving as a guiding light for doing so. She believes her products are the best way to share the gift of the Lao heritage with others, including international customers who can share them with friends and family.
Mrs. Phat is part of a weaver collective that creates economic opportunities for rurally located artisans in 13 Laos provinces. By working with weavers to develop handicrafts that combine craftsmanship and tradition with artistic creativity and design, the collective helps create thriving village enterprises. 10% of each purchase made through Local Bazaar for a product of Mrs. Phat’s will contribute to the support of healthier and more sustainable communities through environmental, educational and health care-related improvements.