DHAGO FACE SARONG (113x160)
Back to the origins of the tribe of flower-men, rooted on the Mentawai Islands in Indonesia for 5,000 years. Coming from the Tibetan-Burmese highlands, this woman illustrates the history of these people with two symbols: the red ribbon called 'dhago' that Tibetan women put in their braids and the hibiscus being the flower that adorns the bodies of both women and men of the Mentawai.
Size: 160 x 113 cm
100% High quality rayon made and woven in Indonesia from wood fibres.
Product sewn in Bali by our local artisans Ketut and Putu.
Rayon is a strong, extremely absorbent fabric with a soft silky feel.
Wash: By hand and cold machine wash.
Iron: Low heat.
Important note: Do not put rayon garments in the dryer as it could damage the fabric.