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by Teiruma Collection - Colombia

Java Placemats Set

Original price $85.00 - Original price $275.00
Original price
$85.00
$85.00 - $275.00
Current price $85.00
Or 4 payments of $21.25 with or up to 36 payments with
Color: Navy Blue

The bright and vibrant Java Placemats set is a collection of round hand-woven iraca palm placemats with a beautiful tagua seed border painted in marine blue, turquoise, orange, pink or green. Designed to dress up your dining table for any meal of the day and for every occasion, they can also be used individually to add color underneath a vase or bring the focus of attention to a beautiful ornament.

Woven by artisans from the Colombian town of Usiacuri, the Java set is an essential household item to add color and warmth to your kitchen.

MATERIAL
Iraca Palm, Tagua seeds

DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT
Height: 15" (38cm)
Width: 15" (38cm)
Weight (Java Set of 4): 2.6lb. (2.1.17kg)
Weight (Java Set of 6): 3.9lb. (1.76kg)
Weight (Java Set of 8): 5.4lb. (2.44kg)

ORIGIN
Colombia

This product is ready-to-ship and will be delivered to you within 10-14 business days.

SHIPPING
Free shipping on all orders over $100! Shipping time is up to 14 business days.
For made to order items, please check the lead time on the product page.

RETURNS
If for any reason, you are unhappy with the item you ordered, you have 14 days to return or exchange it, as long as it is unused and is in perfect condition. Return shipping is free for orders above $100, and at the customer’s expense for orders below $100.
See the full shipping and return policy here.
You can reach our customer support team by email at: info@thenopo.com

  • Clean it with a damp cloth, avoid contact with strong detergents.
  • This product is not oven proof.
  • Teiruma Collection

    Teiruma’s concept was born from founder Jessica Strellec’s passion for different cultures, colors, customs and art. Conceived from a will to mix art, color and social work, Jessica decided to work directly with Colombian artisans starting with the Wayuu community in La Guajira. Her passionate work has expanded to other communities that work with her to co-create products using the Mochilas method, combining different materials like crochet, brass and iraca palm with leather to create exquisite bags and kitchenware.
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