Thai Farmer's Paraphernalia
Thai farmers use many unique tools, household items and sundries. If it has to do with Thai farmers, we have it or we can get it. We live right in the heart of rural Northeast Thailand and are surrounded by farm communities. Our family is a farming family.
The name of the town we live in is Khukhan and it is in Si Saket Province. It is a market town. Each morning hundreds of farmers board trucks for the ride into Khukhan to pick up their supplies. Three times a month there is a large market.
What we offer here are not tourist items, although some make lovely decorations. They are the real thing.
Small orders are welcome. Larger orders from Thai restaurants are eligible for a discount.
A partial list of what we have or can easily get includes:
*Pa kao mah - 100% handwoven silk or cotton "sarong" for men. These are 30 inches x 72 inches (77cm x 182cm). Farmers use them as wrap arounds when relaxing, as towels, belts and to cover their heads. You can use them for just about anything you want. This is an inexpensive way to get real handwoven Thai fabric.
*Pa toong - 100% handwoven silk or cotton "sarong" for women. Similar to a pa kao mah for men, but bigger so it can be worn as a wrap around "dress." Thai women usually sew the ends together to make a tube which they step into and then fold over to close.
Buffalo and Cow Bells
and farm tools
If you don't see what you want, but it pertains to Thai farmers, we can get it. Just ask.
For more information, contact Rose.