tribalcollection

Vintage Handwoven Fabrics Pillows & scatter cushions

Chiang Rai, Thailand · 2720 Sales

tribalcollection

Vintage Handwoven Fabrics Pillows & scatter cushions

Chiang Rai, Thailand 2720 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(476)
Shop owner

Nilar,

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Announcement   < We also do-Wholesale just write to me for more information >

Welcome and thanks for looking in my shop,
We have been collecting textiles for the past 25 years, Traveling from and around, The North of thailand, Laos Manama, & Vietnam,
All are fabrics are, Handmade Vintage Handwoven Batik Hemp & cotton textiles, Originally from the Hill tribe people's tradition costume Recycling in to new deign Pillows and Cushions,
Old hemp batik homespun woven very unique design Cushion Covers & Pillows, And nice old indigo Batik.Very unique textile of Hill tribal people, please if would like a special order just write to me and again thanks for looking,

We Recycled fabric trying to be green working with nature. We love to collected many different kinds of crafts Vintage clothing to textiles for the making of are Cushion and pillows,
You will see Vintage fabric Cushion Covers in my shop that are unique,
Please take you time viewing all the beautiful textiles and thank you for looking in my shop,

PLEASE NOTE;
THAT ALL GOODS ARE GUARANTEED IF LOST OR STOLEN, YOU WILL GET A FULL REFUND, INCLUDING ALL SHIPPING COST,
On the 42 day of item not received from day of payment,

All good are sent with the thai post office with a tracking number,
We also have other shipping companies with Express shipping if needed, Please contacted me for more information,

Introducing Fairtrade, We try are best to sours Fair-Trade Items
Fair Trade .
Fairtrade is an alternative approach to conventional trade and is based on a partnership between producers and consumers. When farmers can sell on Fairtrade terms, it provides them with a better deal and improved terms of trade. This allows them the opportunity to improve their lives and plan for their future. Fairtrade offers consumers a powerful way to reduce poverty through their every day shopping.

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Last updated on Jul 8, 2016

< We also do-Wholesale just write to me for more information >

Welcome and thanks for looking in my shop,
We have been collecting textiles for the past 25 years, Traveling from and around, The North of thailand, Laos Manama, & Vietnam,
All are fabrics are, Handmade Vintage Handwoven Batik Hemp & cotton textiles, Originally from the Hill tribe people's tradition costume Recycling in to new deign Pillows and Cushions,
Old hemp batik homespun woven very unique design Cushion Covers & Pillows, And nice old indigo Batik.Very unique textile of Hill tribal people, please if would like a special order just write to me and again thanks for looking,

We Recycled fabric trying to be green working with nature. We love to collected many different kinds of crafts Vintage clothing to textiles for the making of are Cushion and pillows,
You will see Vintage fabric Cushion Covers in my shop that are unique,
Please take you time viewing all the beautiful textiles and thank you for looking in my shop,

PLEASE NOTE;
THAT ALL GOODS ARE GUARANTEED IF LOST OR STOLEN, YOU WILL GET A FULL REFUND, INCLUDING ALL SHIPPING COST,
On the 42 day of item not received from day of payment,

All good are sent with the thai post office with a tracking number,
We also have other shipping companies with Express shipping if needed, Please contacted me for more information,

Introducing Fairtrade, We try are best to sours Fair-Trade Items
Fair Trade .
Fairtrade is an alternative approach to conventional trade and is based on a partnership between producers and consumers. When farmers can sell on Fairtrade terms, it provides them with a better deal and improved terms of trade. This allows them the opportunity to improve their lives and plan for their future. Fairtrade offers consumers a powerful way to reduce poverty through their every day shopping.

Nilar,

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Nilar,

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(476)
cla12158

cla12158 on Aug 26, 2016

4 out of 5 stars

looks like a bluish/gray tone... but its really more of an olive green. Threw me off a little, but it works fine with my decor.

cla12158

cla12158 on Aug 26, 2016

4 out of 5 stars

looks like a bluish/gray tone... but its really more of an olive green. Threw me off a little, but it works fine with my decor.

Kismet Jones

Kismet Jones on Aug 26, 2016

3 out of 5 stars

Fabric was stunning. Fabric took more than a month to arrive and seller didn't show concern & would barely communicate; needs to work on people skills.

Kismet Jones

Kismet Jones on Aug 26, 2016

3 out of 5 stars

Fabric was stunning. Fabric took more than a month to arrive and seller didn't show concern & would barely communicate; needs to work on people skills.

Kismet Jones

Kismet Jones on Aug 26, 2016

3 out of 5 stars

Fabric was stunning. Fabric took more than a month to arrive and seller didn't show concern & would barely communicate; needs to work on people skills.

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About

Hmong Textiles: A Culture on Cloth, Welcome to my collection of textiles,

The word Hmong means "Human being" or "Free People" in the Hmong language. Anthropologists trace their heritage as far back as Siberia and Central Asia. Although they lived in China for centuries, often as slaves, they fell victim to genocide and oppression. The Hmong have in time mostly settled in Burma, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam. In 1959 after the French defeat at Dien Bien Phu, Laotian civil war broke out. In addition to this displacement from their homeland, the Vietnam War caused further migration from their settled home. During the Vietnam War the Hmong fought with the United States against the Vietcong. However, after the war, when the United States withdrew from Vietnam and Laos, many of the Hmong escaped to Thailand by crossing the Mekong River. Although the Hmong have been mostly associated with the South East Asian countries, they have struggled to maintain their unique culture with a commitment to remain the "Free People" throughout their history.

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Last updated on January 3, 2016
Welcome to my shop, please take your time, and if you have any questions please just send me a message and we will try to answer as soon as posable thanks you,

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Payment
please pay with paypal ,
Shipping
All good are sent with the thai post office Airmail with a tracking number,
The Tracking Number is on your order with a LINK to the thai web-site for you to track,
postalcare [!at] thailandpost.co.th
If you order from the states USA all goods are past on to USPS, < with the same tracking number >
Refunds and Exchanges
All goods can be returned if not happy with in the fist week of delivery