Make a statement with this bold, snakelike cuff. The patterns and styles of this statement piece have been used for generations to adorn the Lao Royal Family and their Court. A royal feast of dok phikoun flowers and tear drop shaped silver studs roll over the cuff and across your wrist. This flower has special meaning to Lao Buddhists as a source of long life and good fortune.
- Fair trade item
- Made in Laos
- As with all handcrafted goods, there are slight variations making each piece a work of art and truly one of a kind.
Materials: Brittannia silver
Size: Adjustable to any wrist
Noteworthy: This unique jewelry is from the same master craftsmen who produced jewelry for the Royal Family. As Laos’ culture evolves, many of the master handcraft skills are being lost. By supporting these crafts, you help to sustain the community culture and supply much needed income, preventing families from having to migrate to the city to find commoditized, low paying work. A portion of your purchase also goes to PADETC, a non-profit alternative learning school in Vientiane, Laos. It will help provide basic resources to prepare young leaders for their changing world.