Sunday, February 23, 2020

Iconcraft’s handmade marvels

Feb 08. 2019
Mamawell handbag, Bt3,490
Mamawell handbag, Bt3,490
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By The Nation Weekend

It’s amazing what gifted artisans can create while keeping the environment in mind

ICONCRAFT ON the fourth and fifth floors of Iconsiam has filled its shelves during the month of romance with a wide range of handcrafted apparel, fashion accessories, jewellery, home decor items and fragrant products. 

Sassy Kratib shoulder bag from Juno Janssen, Bt4,290

Juno Janssen presents the Sassy Kratib shoulder bag, adapted from a traditional sticky-rice basket. 

Srinlim utilises typography in its Typotown wall hangings embroidered with Thai words like Chok (fortune), Dee (good), Mung Mee (wealth) and Sri Suk (happiness).

Typotown home furnishing by Srinlim, Bt7,990

 Iconcraft has its own collection of colourful hand-woven tote bags and graphic canvas cosmetics bags to encourage people to abandon plastic. 

Mo Jirachai takes inspiration from Benjarong porcelain for a series of shocking-pink Monochrome ceramics painted with traditional techniques. 

Monochrome ceramicware by Mo Jirachai, Bt2,150

Kamuilim Fine Art & Decor brings colour to the home by printing on canvas a beautiful image of a bird perching on a branch. 

Mamawell saves the world with a recycled handbag made with remnant fabric from the swimwear industry. 

Find out more at (02) 495 7080 and 

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