€3.00 - €129.00
- Body and Mind
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Our Asian decorative items are handmade and come from small craft companies from India, Nepal, Bali and Thailand.
We offer Thai triangle cushions, a fine example of local and refined craftsmanship. And as the elephant is the iconic animal of the country we offer objects elephant decorations as the beautiful carved wooden stool.
You will also find scrolls that are unwound to reveal a beautiful painting, lamps balls of cotton for a very "cocoon" effect, fans, mimosa wood mortars, notebooks handmade in India by Tibetan refugees ... and many other Asian Zen decorative objects or accessories!
This wall storage is composed of 3 pockets arranged vertically on a black cotton background. There is a wooden stick at the top and bottom, and a cotton cord to hang your storage. It is ideal in the room, the bathroom, the living room ... Height 80 cm without the cord, 105 cm with the cord.
This pretty round hanging is about 2m in diameter. Very pretty floral pattern reminiscent of butterfly wings. Colors are green, gray, white, light purple, orange. There are fringes all around. Ideal as a floor rug, at home or on nature outings (beach, park, countryside), it will also be a very fine tablecloth for a round table.
This pretty round hanging is about 2 meters in diameter. Very pretty floral pattern with peacock feathers. Color red, yellow, green and white. There are white fringes around of the curtain. Ideal as a tablecloth on a round table, you can also use it as a floor mat during your outings in nature or as a meditation mat.
These beautiful notebooks are handmade in India with leather and recycled paper. Ganesh's decoration is metal. They can be used as a travel diary, guest book, diary, to record dreams ... Very good quality and 2 sizes available, with a cord to mark the page or keep the notebook closed
This puzzle Mandala is a harmonious object to meditate on the principle of life and the universe according to Eastern traditions. You can give it different forms of sacred geometry, as the flower of life, a lotus that opens, a space shuttle, a drum, a wheel, a sphere ...
Take the two balls with one hand and rotate them, in one direction, then in the other. Repeat with the other hand. Regular use increases the dexterity and flexibility of the hands. Rotate the balls counterclockwise, this is the Yin direction. When you spin the balls in a clockwise direction, it is the Yang direction.