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Saa paper greeting cards, 'Thai Mahogany' (set of 8)

Item # 47773
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Handcrafted of saa paper, made from mulberry bark, these elegant greeting cards reveal fascinating textures. Traditional Thai motifs are meticulously painted by hand, and embossed aluminum enhances their elegance. Teerasak Chaiwong creates a set of eight featuring four different designs. Envelopes are included, and the set arrives in a banana bark box. Made in Thailand.
  • Cards (8):
       4.7" W x 6.7" H
    Box:
       8.9" H x 6.3" W x 2.2" D
  • Weight: 0.6 lb
  • Saa paper, dried rubber tree leaves and aluminum
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

Ships directly from our partner office in Thailand. Please allow 10 to 18 days for delivery. This item is not available for express shipping and cannot be delivered to PO Boxes or APO/FPO.

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Artisan: Teerasak Chaiwong

Artisan Teerasak Chaiwong 'I work with handmade saa paper made from the bark of mulberry branches. I currently create greeting cards in the traditional Thai style and decorate them with hand-stamped elephants and flowers on aluminum. I like natural materials that are made by hand. My boxes are crafted from banana fibers because when the bananas turn ripe, we usually cut off the trunk and a new banana tree grows from the roots. The paper's unusual pattern is beautiful and we are recycling the earth's gifts.'

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