Bird ring mobile ( 2 pieces/set)



Weight 0.075 g

10 in stock

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Women in RumdoulOur papier-mâché bird ring mobile has been skillfully hand crafted by our women artisans in Vietnam and Cambodia. All our papier-mâché products use 100% recycled newspaper, making it highly eco-friendly. The mobile is inspired by imagery of starling birds that are prevalent in Vietnam. Starling birds have a special value to Vietnamese people, representing the unity and social community of Vietnam. The circular ring is wood covered in a red print fabric with little bow ties. While inside the ring features a small hanging bird made of paper pulp and covered in a bright print fabric. The attachment at the top features different sized papier-mâché balls covered in print fabric as well.

The mobile measures 44 x 20 cm. It is perfect for adding a touch of colour and interest to any home decor.

Every item purchased from Mekong+ and Mekong Quilts is a gift that gives twice.


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