Handloomed Elephant Purse - Large

£21.95

Bringing joy to all elephant lovers out there, these happy little elephant purses are brought to life in a small fair trade enterprise in Chiang Mai, Thailand. 

A choice of 7 stunning designs, the fabric for these delightful purses is produced on hand operated looms. Exquisitely finished the purses are decorated with a button eye, embroidered features, a multi tassel trunk and leather ring pull.

  • Measures 23 x 13 cm (from end of trunk)

Produced under “one roof” in a small cottage industry in Chiangmai, surrounded by a teak plantation, to the clatter of looms the wonderful weavers of Torboon make a charming collection of products from their hand-woven colourful cotton fabrics.

They make their artistic and unique designs come to life using time-honoured skills intertwined with local influences.

The name TORBOON Chiang Mai cleverly comprises two words – “TOR”, a verb meaning to “weave” or “pass something on” in Thai language and BOON, the designer’s name.

The fair-trade company received 'Green Label Certification' from the Thai Ministry of Natural Resources in 2016.

 
Regular price £21.95

Bringing joy to all elephant lovers out there, these happy little elephant purses are brought to life in a small fair trade enterprise in Chiang Mai, Thailand. 

A choice of 7 stunning designs, the fabric for these delightful purses is produced on hand operated looms. Exquisitely finished the purses are decorated with a button eye, embroidered features, a multi tassel trunk and leather ring pull.

  • Measures 23 x 13 cm (from end of trunk)

Produced under “one roof” in a small cottage industry in Chiangmai, surrounded by a teak plantation, to the clatter of looms the wonderful weavers of Torboon make a charming collection of products from their hand-woven colourful cotton fabrics.

They make their artistic and unique designs come to life using time-honoured skills intertwined with local influences.

The name TORBOON Chiang Mai cleverly comprises two words – “TOR”, a verb meaning to “weave” or “pass something on” in Thai language and BOON, the designer’s name.

The fair-trade company received 'Green Label Certification' from the Thai Ministry of Natural Resources in 2016.