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Blue Round Cotton Tablecloth with Batik Elephants - Wise Circle
Blue Round Cotton Tablecloth with Batik Elephants - Wise Circle
Blue Round Cotton Tablecloth with Batik Elephants - Wise Circle
Blue Round Cotton Tablecloth with Batik Elephants - Wise Circle
Wise Circle
Blue Round Cotton Tablecloth with Batik Elephants - Wise Circle
Blue Round Cotton Tablecloth with Batik Elephants - Wise Circle
Blue Round Cotton Tablecloth with Batik Elephants - Wise Circle
Blue Round Cotton Tablecloth with Batik Elephants - Wise Circle

Blue Round Cotton Tablecloth with Batik Elephants - Wise Circle

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A round cotton tablecloth in blue and white tones will add an elegant aura to your dining room. Handcrafted by Thai artisan Phatcharaphan, this beautiful creation features batik elephants, symbolizing wisdom. In addition, geometric motifs bring a dapper accent to the item.

  • 100% cotton
  • 0.31 lbs
  • 59 inches Diam.

THE STORY BEHIND THE PRODUCT

Artisan Organization: Phatcharaphan

Country: Thailand

"Hello! My name is Ger (Phatcharaphan). I was born in 1974 and am of the Hmong Hill Tribe from Nan province in Thailand. I met and married my ex-husband while living in Doi Pui (a famous Hmong Hill Tribe village in Chiang Mai). I began selling Hill Tribe products to tourists, but unfortunately, I divorced my husband and had to relocate to Chiang Mai with my four children.

"I began again by renting a small space in the Chiang Mai night bazaar to sell embroidery bags from a Hmong village, and I had the brilliant idea of having my sibling dye cloth and send it to me. So I started designing. Now I sell these items alongside my youngest daughter, who sells Hmong products and travel photo postcards that she enjoys.

"Most women my age are skilled in Hmong batik and embroidery. When I was a kid, our house had indigo plants in the back, so I could see how my grandparents did it. Our grandmother taught us everything, but the younger generation no longer wants to do it; they want to work in the city. Still, I want to preserve these traditional skills, so I ordered my siblings to pass on as many skills as possible.

"Following the pandemic, I can sense the positivity of many small traders in the market as we wait for more tourists to visit Chiang Mai. I don't have big dreams, but I want a better life for myself as I get older and a better income for my youngest daughter.""

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