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Traditional Hand Woven Asian Pidan Textiles found in the hilly regions of Cambodia, Thailand, Laos and Burma are intricately and beautifully woven using silk, cotton and hemp. The colours used in making these textiles are derived from plants and trees found in their natural surrounding environment.

The patterns in these textiles are usually symbolic to the areas or ethnic groups in which they are made, often representative of nature, plants and animals and in some textiles Buddhist connotations representing scenes from the life of the Buddha.

Traditional Hand Woven Asian Pidan Textiles

Indonesian Hand Woven Sumbawa Cloth

Indonesian Hand Woven Sumbawa Textile
Length: 233cm
Width: 64cm
Weight: 1 Kg.
#16

Traditional Hand Woven Asian Pidan Ikat Textiles

Silk Hand Woven Cambodian Pidan
Length: 404cm
Width: 100cm
#1

Silk Hand Woven Cloth Laos 2

Traditional Laos Hill Tribe Hand Woven Textile
Length: 258cm
Width: 48cm
#3a

Traditional Hand Woven Asian Pidan Textiles