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Therudiera Shawl/Wall Hanging
Therudiera Shawl/Wall Hanging
Therudiera Shawl/Wall Hanging
Therudiera Shawl/Wall Hanging
Therudiera Shawl/Wall Hanging
Therudiera Shawl/Wall Hanging
Therudiera Shawl/Wall Hanging
Therudiera Shawl/Wall Hanging
Therudiera Shawl/Wall Hanging
Therudiera Shawl/Wall Hanging
Therudiera Shawl/Wall Hanging
Therudiera Shawl/Wall Hanging
Therudiera Shawl/Wall Hanging
Therudiera Shawl/Wall Hanging
Therudiera Shawl/Wall Hanging

Leshemi Origins X ARTISANS’

Therudiera Shawl/Wall Hanging

Rs. 13,010.00

This collectible Therukadiera Shawl is a ‘prestige cloth’ conferred upon a Chakhesang Naga couple that has offered their first ‘Feast of Merit’ to invoke peace and reconciliation. It signifies the virtue of generosity.

It is woven by skilled indigenous women of the Chakhesang tribe in the mountains of Northeast India, on back strap looms. This pure white shawl is woven in four strips that are sewn together with a decorative ridged seam, using a porcupine quill and thick cotton yarn.

Naga tribal textiles represent the gender, identity and role of the wearer, together with their stature in the community.

This contemporary shawl is exclusively woven in cotton by Leshemi Origins for ARTISANS' Gallery.

Materials

Cotton

Dimension

45in X 70in
114cm X 178cm

SKU

ZHME-SELV-21-4

Care Instruction

Dry clean or hand wash in cold water

Disclaimer

All our products are meticulously handmade by master artisans one piece at a time. Due to this process, there may be a variation from one item to the next. Such variations are inherent in the manufacturing of handmade products, so you may expect minor distinctions that will make your purchase special and truly one of a kind.

Product Dispatch & Shipping Notice

Please note that this item is handmade to order, and will be dispatched within 70 days of receiving your order. No refunds or returns.

Learn more about Nagaland weaves here.