Grab yourself a bargain from the sale items here. Remember, all prices include postage in the UK.
This ring can be adjusted to fit most fingers or thumbs as it has an open back.
From Miao minority people of Guizhou Province in south west China
This ring is made from a white metal (ie NOT silver - hence the price)
Size 2.5 cms at widest part and closed diameter 2cms.
A wonderfully wacky tribal spiral pendant (originally an earring!) with chilli pepper danglies.
Traditional design from Guizhou, south west China
Size: 9.5 x 7 cms.
Hand woven scarf in 100% pure Thai silk. The beautiful colours are in random very subtle stripes of shade and texture. We buy these scarves from a Laos tribal woman who has set up a collective of women working from home on simple pedal looms in North east Thailand.
size: 178 x 46 cms A mix of mid blues and rich reds
Hand woven scarf in 100% pure Thai silk. The beautiful colours are in random very subtle stripes of shade or texture. We buy these scarves from a Laos tribal woman who has set up a collective of women working from home on simple pedal looms in North east Thailand.
Size: 184 x 46 cm
Colours: fuscia pinks and emerald greens
A traditional collar piece from the back of a woman's jacket with little sun motifs - very characteristic of the White H'mong people who live in the Golden triangle area.
Fine hand embroidery
size: 11 x 10 cms
Four different seaside designs in multi colours on a pale bluey grey crackled background
Hand drawn batik on cotton.
Size approx. 6" squares. 4 designs included
A small size batik picture - a great little batik sample!
Size approx 33 x 30 cms
Lovely signed piece by well known artist Slamet Riyanto.
Size: approx 26 cms square
Longer handled canting (19 cms long) with a copper bowl and fine spout.
A cap used in a tradional cap batik making workshop. The inscription reads Batik SRIMPI SOLO Caprang Semarang (Solo and Semarang are centres of batik making)
Size: 16 x 2.5 cms
A tjap made for a traditional batik workshop. Spells the word SASANA
Size approx. 11 x 3.5 cms.
A copper stamp from the traditional batik workshop Kusuma in Central Java.
Size: 12 x 3.5 cms
A copper stamp made for the Srimpi traditional batik workshop in Central Java.
Size: 6.5 x 3.5 cms.
These seven 26 cms. squares show the very common batik technique the "light to dark" method, from start to finish.
The process progresses from white, through successive yellow, orange, red and black dyeings to finish with the final picture.
Ideal for teachers and workshop leaders
The set shows a typical Javanese coastal scene.
This six part process set shows two very simple batik techniques in one set of designs.
The background is produced with the rainbow batik technique and the turtles are filled in with a light to dark technique.
Five pieces showing the rainbow dyeing batik technique. Only one left in stock!
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