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Face Mask by Kelzang Textiles – Deep Green

This face mask has been handwoven in Bhutan by experienced weavers in the Atelier of Kelzang, using traditional techniques.

Made of silk woven on cotton, the pattern and choice of natural colors makes this mask perfect for everyday wear, adding a subtle touch of color and originality to your outfit. The pattern found on this mask is called “baso” which means cow’s teeth in Bhutanese.

Breathable, soft and lightweight, this facemark is comfortable to wear.  Pleated and reusable, its double layer of cotton fabric makes it compliant with health regulations.

Materials:
Cotton and silk from Bhutan

About the producer:
Kelzang handicraft produce exquisite Bhutanese textiles & crafts since 1995.
Kelzang Wangmo aka Jambay, the founder is from Khoma village in Lhuntse which is famed for the exquisite -Kishutharas- the “skirt” part of the traditional attire.

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Face Mask by Kelzang Textiles – Turquoise

This brightly colored face mask has been handwoven in Bhutan by experienced weavers in the Atelier of Kelzang, using traditional techniques.

Made of silk woven on cotton, the subtle pattern and bright turquoise color are guaranteed to add a touch of pop and originality to any outfit.

Breathable, soft, and lightweight, this facemask is comfortable to wear.  Pleated and reusable, its double layer of cotton fabric makes it compliant with health regulations.

Materials:
Cotton and silk from Bhutan

About the producer:
Kelzang handicrafts produce exquisite Bhutanese textiles & crafts since 1995.

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Kelzang Face mask - lavender blue

Face mask by Kelzang Textiles – lavender blue

This colourful face mask has been handwoven in Bhutan by experienced weavers in the Atelier of Kelzang Textiles, using traditional techniques.

Made of silk woven on cotton, it has a unique intricated and detailed patterns. The geometric pattern called “kemartekpa” is one of the first pattern women learn to weave in Bhutan.

This mask has been woven on a lavender blue fabric with pink accent made of silk perfect for everyday’s look. Beathable, soft and lightweight, it is comfortable to wear with its fitted form. Its double layer of cotton fabric makes it compliant with most health regulations.

Materials:
Cotton and silk from Bhutan

About the producer:
Kelzang handicraft produce exquisite Bhutanese textiles & crafts since 1995.
Kelzang Wangmo aka Jambay, the founder is from Khoma village in Lhuntse which is famed for the exquisite -Kishutharas- the “skirt” part of the traditional attire.

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Face Mask by Kelzang Textiles – Blue with colorful accent

This colourful face mask has been handwoven in Bhutan by experienced weavers in the Atelier of Kelzang Textiles, using traditional techniques.

Made of silk woven on cotton, it has a unique intricated and detailed patterns. This mask has been woven with deep blue and green color, giving it a more formal look than the rest of our “Nangong Khorlo” selection.

The geometric pattern called “nangong khorlo” is a traditionnal bhutanese symbol often found on the national attires, it represents the wild flowers of Bhutan.

Breathable, soft and lightweight, this facemark is comfortable to wear.  Pleated and reusable, its double layer of cotton fabric makes it compliant with health regulations.

Materials:
Cotton and silk from Bhutan

Instruction:
Hand wash or wash in delicate cycle with neutral soap, then hang or lay flat to dry. Iron, steam or dry with low heat. Do NOT bleach.

About the producer:
Kelzang handicraft produce exquisite Bhutanese textiles & crafts since 1995.
Kelzang Wangmo aka Jambay, the founder is from Khoma village in Lhuntse which is famed for the exquisite -Kishutharas- the “skirt” part of the traditional attire.
She was only ten when she started weaving in her village. At 16 she moved to Thimphu with her family, and started weaving and selling Kiras and Ghos with her two sisters
Nowadays ambay designs most of the textiles at her shop and has women weaving for her in Thimphu as well as in Lhuntse. She has won several awards for their designs from the Royal Textile Academy.

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Face Mask by Kelzang – Turquoise and pink

This colorful face mask has been handwoven in Bhutan by experienced weavers in the Atelier of Kelzang Textiles, using traditional techniques.

Made of silk woven on cotton, it has unique intricated and detailed patterns. Its turquoise, raspberry and gold accent gives it a very pop look.

The geometric pattern called “nangong khorlo” is a traditional Bhutanese symbol often found on the national attires, it represents the wildflowers of Bhutan.

Breathable, soft, and lightweight, this facemask is comfortable to wear.  Pleated and reusable, its double layer of cotton fabric makes it compliant with health regulations.

Materials:
Cotton and silk from Bhutan

Instruction:
Hand wash or wash in a delicate cycle with neutral soap, then hang or lay flat to dry. Iron, steam, or dry with low heat. Do NOT bleach.

About the producer:
Kelzang handicrafts produce exquisite Bhutanese textiles & crafts since 1995.
Kelzang Wangmo aka Jambay, the founder is from Khoma village in Lhuntse which is famed for the exquisite -Kishutharas- the “skirt” part of the traditional attire.
She was only ten when she started weaving in her village. At 16 she moved to Thimphu with her family and started weaving and selling Kiras and Ghos with her two sisters
Nowadays Jambay designs most of the textiles at her shop and has women weaving for her in Thimphu as well as in Lhuntse. She has won several awards for their designs from the Royal Textile Academy.

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Face Mask by Kelzang Textiles – Deep Red

These fashionable face masks are handwoven in Bhutan by experienced weavers in the Atelier of Kelzang Textiles, using traditional frame looms.

Made of silk woven on cotton, they have unique, intricate, and detailed patterns. Its bold deep red color which has a black, white, and orange accent gives it a very chic look.
No masks are exactly alike because they are individually handwoven.

The geometric pattern “nangong khorlo” is a traditional Bhutanese symbol often found on the national attires, it represents the wildflowers of Bhutan.

Breathable, soft, and lightweight, this facemask is comfortable to wear. The mask is face form-fitting, made to come up just over the nose and slightly under the chin, with a double layer of cotton fabric. You will love to wear them!

Materials:
Cotton and silk from Bhutan

Instruction:
Hand wash or wash in a delicate cycle with neutral soap, then hang or lay flat to dry. Iron, steam, or dry with low heat. Do NOT bleach.

About the producer:
Kelzang handicrafts produce exquisite Bhutanese textiles & crafts since 1995.
Kelzang Wangmo aka Jambay, the founder is from Khoma village in Lhuntse which is famed for the exquisite -Kishutharas- the “skirt” part of the traditional attire.
She was only ten when she started weaving in her village. At 16 she moved to Thimphu with her family and started weaving and selling Kiras and Ghos with her two sisters
Nowadays Jambay designs most of the textiles at her shop and has women weaving for her in Thimphu as well as in Lhuntse. She has won several awards for their designs from the Royal Textile Academy.

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Face Mask by Kelzang Textiles – Blue and Pink

These fashionable face masks are handwoven in Bhutan by experienced weavers in the Atelier of Kelzang Textiles, using traditional frame looms.

Made of silk woven on cotton, they have unique, intricate, and detailed patterns. No masks are exactly alike because they are individually handwoven.

The geometric pattern “nangong khorlo” is a traditional Bhutanese symbol often found on the national attires, it represents the wildflowers of Bhutan.

Breathable, soft, and lightweight, this facemask is comfortable to wear. The mask is face form-fitting, made to come up just over the nose and slightly under the chin, with a double layer of cotton fabric. You will love to wear them! 

materials:
Cotton and silk from Bhutan

Instruction:
Hand wash or wash in a delicate cycle with neutral soap, then hang or lay flat to dry. Iron, steam, or dry with low heat. Do NOT bleach.

About the producer:
Kelzang handicrafts produce exquisite Bhutanese textiles & crafts since 1995.
Kelzang Wangmo aka Jambay, the founder is from Khoma village in Lhuntse which is famed for the exquisite -Kishutharas- the “skirt” part of the traditional attire.
She was only ten when she started weaving in her village. At 16 she moved to Thimphu with her family and started weaving and selling Kiras and Ghos with her two sisters
Nowadays Jambay designs most of the textiles at her shop and has women weaving for her in Thimphu as well as in Lhuntse. She has won several awards for their designs from the Royal Textile Academy.

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Highest Quality Honey Might be From Bhutan

The highest Quality Honey Might be from Bhutan

Throughout ancient times, people have cherished honey for both its sweet flavor and its therapeutic powers. From the buzzing hives of busy bees, this golden elixir has found its way into every corner of the world, with each region boasting its unique flavors and qualities. Bhutanese honey has become extremely well-known due to its superiority,

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Bhutan Opens for Tourism After Two Years of Relentless Efforts

In 2020, when the travelers around the globe were geared up to be immersed in the mountains capped with gleaming colours of nature, the Travel corridors closed. The country suspended Tourism visas on 6th March 2020 after a case of Corona Virus was reported. Though the parts of the international community have begun to see

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