Gako Palm Leaf Tapestry
"Primitivism in 20th Century Art" was a famous exhibition held in the Museum of Modern Art in New York in the '80s. You don't have to travel in time to appreciate it, you just have to look at our Gako Palm Leaf Tapestry and enjoy amazing artisanal art on your wall.
The tapestry made of dried palm leaves that hand-woven together, creating a beautiful decor object. The tapestry can be hung on both sides.
Palm leaf is the most valuable part of the plant for artisanal design. During the dry season, these palm leaves are collected and sorted by quality. Palm trees are sustainable material because no tropical rain forests are cut down for the cultivation of the palms. The water used to clean the palm leaves is collected and subsequently used for the irrigation of the plants.
Our Artisan Partners in Bali, an island in Indonesia, design and produce their products as part of a long time tradition that passes from generation to generation. They earn a fair wage for their intricate work, have access to life-changing services including soft loans, sanitary plumbing, farming support, and even access to cows that help agriculture thrive.
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Orders are generally shipped within 48 hours using a local courier to your doorstep.
The delivery standard is 3 - 5 working days.
Orders are generally shipped within 72 hours using a local courier.
The delivery standard is 7-14 working days.
Orders can be picked up Sunday - Thursday, from 10 am - 3 pm By appointment only.
The order will be ready within one working day.
You have 30 days after receiving your item to request a return/refund you need to send us back the product in unused, with tags, and in its original packaging.
We look for beautiful objects that are good for the environment and our well being. Our products are natural and eco-friendly.
We searched for the best artisans who preserve old crafts passed down from generation to generation, creating handmade wall decor.
We work with local collectives and families to ensure their well being, sustaining their craft and paying respect to their traditions.