By Cambodian design brand Manava.
The Zarava platter by Manava is handwoven from rattan fibers from the Krobey Riel village located just 10 km outside of Siem Reap in Cambodia.
The Zarava platter was inspired by the Cambodian Kbach Chan Flower symbol.
It takes 4-5 days for an artisan to weave one platter.
Size: 37 x 5 cm
behind the brand
Manava is a Cambodian social design brand founded by Ka-Lai Chan and Baraing Tho working with 24 female artisans from the Krobey Riel village in Siem Reap. The artisans use a unique weaving style to produce fashion accessories and home decor objects from rattan fibers.
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