Yellow Silk Curtain with Endless Knot

Yellow Silk Curtain with Endless Knot

$149

( 93 x 187 cm )

Yellow Silk Curtain with Endless Knot is a high-quality silk brocade Tibetan Buddhist door curtain.

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Yellow Silk Curtain with Endless Knot is a high-quality silk brocade Tibetan Buddhist door curtain.

These are to be found in many entrances to buildings and temples in Tibet, Nepal and Northern India.

It has a large Applique Endless Knot in yellow silk fabric.

This beautiful curtain is made in Nepal. This door hanging has three loops on its topside to hanging it.

This curtain is perfect for decorating your meditation place also as a souvenir.

Additional information

Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 93 × 187 cm

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