White Curtain with Red Endless Knot

White Curtain with Red Endless Knot

$59

( 93 x 187 cm )

White Curtain with Red Endless Knot has a thick cotton base and applique work of endless knot. Endless Knot design, which is one of the Eight Auspicious Symbols.

Description

White Curtain with Red Endless Knot has a thick cotton base and applique work of endless knot. Endless Knot design, which is one of the Eight Auspicious Symbols.

The top of the curtain has three loops which make it easy to hang the curtains.

Endless Knot—symbolic Of Buddha’s Mind, Representing Endless Wisdom And Compassion; Reminiscent Of The Cyclic Reality Of Existence.

Additional information

Weight 0.75 kg
Dimensions 93 × 187 cm

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