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Wood hanger, 'Meeting'

Item # 51331
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Uniquely extraordinary, this rack captivates with is detailed artistry. The piece is carved by hand of rain tree wood by the talented Yodchai Saelor, and features the imposing presence of two Asian elephants meeting head to head. Under their path is a stout cotton cord suitable for fabric wall hangings. Made in Thailand.
  • 4.3" H x 22.0" W x 0.4" D
    inner tapestry width:
       20.0" W
  • Weight: 0.6 lb
  • Rain tree wood
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

Ships directly from our partner office in Thailand. Please allow 9 to 20 days for delivery. This item is not available for express shipping and cannot be delivered to PO Boxes or APO/FPO.

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Artisan: Yodchai Saelor

Artisan Yodchai Saelor

"I'm Yodchai Saelor, or 'Jo.' I'm from the hill tribes. My people were the Lisu, and I was born in 1981 in northern Thailand.

"I help my sister selling wood products, which we make ourselves. We craft items such as local musical instruments. I also love to make new things from my own imagination. In 2003, I married a hill tribe girl I didn't know. The first time I spoke to her was on our wedding day. My sister knew her and recommended I marry her because she wanted someone to help her work. My wife is a good girl, just as my sister said, but sometime she's very quiet when she gets angry and I don't know what she is thinking. I think it's normal because we had no time to get to know one another before we married. But we have to adjust to each other. I will grow to love her more and more because she is my wife for as long as I live."

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