Natural Sisal Hat
Weave hat from Saranarayan Handmade handmade craftsmanship of villagers in Phetchaburi Province The fibers are strong, durable when hit by water, the design is smooth, mashed with a general look, or carried on a summer vacation.
- Hemp Weave Hat
- Villager Crafts in Phetchaburi Province
Hemp Weave Hat Villager Crafts in Phetchaburi Province
Natural Sisal Hat
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