Crafted in Nepal’s Kathmandu valleys, our Fair Trade lokta paper is made by artisans using the durable and evergreen lokta plant. Growing in abundance in the forests of Nepal and regenerating to a fully grown plant in just over five years, it has been used for Buddhist texts and legal documents for centuries. Depending on the individual design, the papers can be hand-dyed, dip-dyed or hand-screen printed.
Set of three dip-dyed paper rosettes handmade by artisans in the Kathmandu valleys of Nepal. Fair Trade, made from fibres from the evergreen lokta plant, which grows in abundance in the forests and regenerates to a fully grown plant in just over five years. Each finished with a hanging loop. Packaged in a small box also made from Nepalese lokta papers.
Handmade Lokta paper.
Made in Nepal.