Kravan House is a social enterprise based in Phnom Penh. Approximately 60% of the Kravan House artisans suffer from physical disabilities, mainly caused by land mines or polio. The founder …
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Beautiful handwoven, silk scarf in a stylish, abstract cobra, tie-dye pattern. The scarf has a really good size and can be styled in many different ways. Drape it around your neck or wrap it around your shoulders.
Hand-dyed with non-toxic dye.
Measurements: 31.5″ x 77″
Color: Pink/dark gray/light gray with a hint of turquoise.
Handmade in Cambodia
Kravan House is a social enterprise based in Phnom Penh. Approximately 60% of the Kravan House artisans suffer from physical disabilities, mainly caused by land mines or polio. The founder of Kravan House, Mrs. Hok Thanan, was born with a physical disability herself, and the stigma she has experienced, lead her to start the business.
In Khmer, Kravan means blossom, and the name of the brand symbolizes the desire to empower physically disabled, but highly skilled, artisans in Cambodia, providing them with a platform to showcase their products.
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