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$35.00
100% fine silk. Ornamented with fine Ceramics buttons.

$15.00
The Dragonfly Placemat is a table pad made of hand woven silk of the finest quality. The design of the dragonfly has been printed by hand by our crafty artisans. It comes in three colors: burgundy, bronze and orange, which are sold separately.

$89.00
The Angkor Table Runner is a table cloth made of the finest silk. The fabric has been woven by hand by our skillful Cambodian craftsmen. 

$89.00
This Dragon fly table runner was carefully hand made from pure fine silk, hand woven and hand sewn by our Cambodian artisans in the Siem Reap province. It is available in four colors: Bronze, Burgundy, Orange and Red, sold separately.

$145.00
The Chorebap Table Runner is made of the finest Cambodian silk and it has been woven by hand. The smooth texture and glossy surface of this table runner will embellish your table and enhance the look of the room.

$39.00
The Umbrella silk cushion cover is entirely made of fine silk – it was hand woven on a traditional wooden loom by a Cambodian artisan working in a rural workshop located in the region of Angkor. The designs of the Angkorian umbrellas were featured on the silk fabric thanks to the screen-printing technique.

$39.00
These opulent silk cushion covers are made from pure hand-woven silk and sold separately. Angkor Artisans does not make or sell cushions.

$39.00
The Charming Cushion Cover is made of hand woven silk of the best quality. The fabric is durable and wear and tear resistant. It comes in two shapes, rectangular and square, which are sold separately. Cushions are not for sale.

$39.00
Transform traditional, bland cushions with these gorgeous bicolor water lily cushion covers. The covers come in square and rectangular sizes, sold separately, and come in rich shades of Bronze/Anis, Red/Violet and Charcoal/Fuchsia.

$39.00
The Bayadere cushion cover is entirely made of raw silk fabric, whose strips were dyed in different colors, and sewn together by hand. The whole cushion cover was entirely hand woven on a traditional wooden loom by a Cambodian artisan working in a rural workshop located in the region of Angkor.