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Based in Australia, sabaidesigns has been an eBay member since 02 Apr, 2005

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| Member since: 02 Apr, 2005 | Australia

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Antique Bronze Bells from Burma
Antique Bronze Bells from Burma   Google sabai designs gallery to view our complete collection of bronze bells from Southeast AsiaAntique Bronze Bells               Antique bronze bells from Southeast Asia have understandably become a sought after collector's item.The bells of old are generally far more beautiful than bells being crafted today. They were cast in bronze using time honoured techniques and bear a range ...
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Tribal Textiles from the Naga
Google sabai designs gallery to view our complete collection of tribal textilesNaga tribal textiles resonate with a primal quality. They are created using centuries old techniques and are adorned with ancient tribal motifs and dyed in natural earthy colours.The Naga textiles offered in our store are from Nagaland in India and from the Naga living over the border in Burma. Traditional Naga textiles were worn as shawls or wrapped around the waste. Today they a...
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Silk Textiles from Laos
Silk Textiles from Laos Silk Textiles sabai designsGoogle sabai designs gallery to view our full collection of silk textiles from Laos The tradition of silk weaving in Laos, a small country in Southeast Asia is over 1000 years old. Passed down from mother to daughter for generations, silk weaving continues to serve as a beautiful expression of an ancient culture. In the past, Lao women only weaved for themselves and their family, breeding the silkworms, extracting the silk, and dyeing it ...