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Rosette - Constellation
$ 10.00

Giftsland

Rosette - Constellation

Rated 5.0 out of 5
4 Reviews

The paper strung about your rosette is handmade by women co-ops in Kathmandu, Nepal. The bark of the Daphne plant, or Lokta in Nepalese, only grows in the foothills of the Himalayas, and has naturally very strong and sticky fibers which are perfect for paper-making. Hang in a window or above a bed frame to add whimsy-up to your room, or save as decor for a special event. This new handmade rosette will surely add festive feelings to any room.

Measurements: 15" diameter

Materials: Nepalese handmade paper.

Country of Origin: Nepal

*Due to the artisanal nature of this product, color and size may vary.
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Reviewed by Chris W.
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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5 Stars

This is so beautiful and festive! I love it.

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Reviewed by Shana A.
I recommend this product
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5 Stars

Probably my favorite of all the rosettes. It's stunning! I love the constellation pattern on it.

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Reviewed by Danelle G.
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5 Stars

This constellation motif would be cool for a super moon viewing party. The blue is so deep it is almost purple. I bought these decorations because I had some rosettes from another trading company and liked the look but these are next level.

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Reviewed by M. A.
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I recommend this product
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5 Stars

For the holidays this gorgeous rosette served as "the stars were brightly shining" over the nativity.

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