Virtual Trunk Show: The Best Sellers

by Rikki Quintana July 14, 2020

Virtual Trunk Show: The Best Sellers

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Join us for our first Virtual Trunk Show, in which we showcase some of HoonArts' bestselling products and share some of the "backstory" behind them. Among the featured products are (1) the hand felted red poppy scarf from Seven Sisters of Kyrgyzstan, (2) handwoven ikat scarves from Craft Studio IkatUz of Uzbekistan, (3) hand embroidered bags from Tajikistan featuring traditional suzani designs, (4) handmade felt ornaments from the Kork coop of Kyrgyzstan, and (5) hand carved decorative wooden combs of walnut and apricot woods from the studio of Master Sodiq Zaripov of Tajikistan.




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