Tied Placemat from natural sedge
is inspired by the desire to spread the knowledge gained through weaving mats into other goods used in our everyday lives that the sedge mat was created. We can see that mealtime is a very significant part of every family’s schedule.
can also contribute to a greater sense of well-being at special occasions. Because of this, placemats are made to both adorn your dinner table and protect the table surface from scratches and food spills.
Made with care and thought
Every thread was woven with care and thought. A tight reed weaver creates durability and strength while also incorporating traditional Thai weave patterns to create a one-of-a-kind pattern. Contribute to the aesthetic appeal of your dining table.
It is knitted into a circle, and using the Thai local technique of knitting to create a weaving pattern
Food, Kid and Pet Safety
We are concerned not only about design but also product quality. We intend to utilize natural materials to give you a true sense of nature.
We use material used to dye Thai premium silk, so the color is firmly attached, and not easily discolored.
Also Coated with anti-moisture and anti-fungal compounds on every piece.
Thorr weaved from quality Sedge threads selected from planting sites rich in soil minerals. Sedge planting source from Na Wa District, Nakhon Phanom Province.
Sedge : Natural Material from Thailand
Sedge is a grasslike plant with triangular stems and inconspicuous flowers, growing typically in wet ground. With several steps in the preparation process, Puzzle has reached the pinnacle of Thai weaving craftsmanship.
The sedge are cut into 3-5 strands per plant and sun-dried. They are then dyed in hot water and cleansed till the color disappears. Allow it to dry in the sun again after that.
Villagers have used the sedge for centuries. At present it becomes the perfect material for our products due to its strength, durability, and ability to be weaved in intricate patterns.
Starting from Thanapat Boosanan, founder of Thorr, who had been an expert in bamboo architecture was inspired to add more value to Thai handicrafts. She wants to empower young Isaan (North Eastern) women by providing employment for their children and grandkids, so they may be proud of being rural children. Proud of the expense of living associated with forefathers’ creative and cultural legacies.
‘Thorr’ entrepreneurial vision is to be a valuable business that can create sustainable income or jobs for people in our hometown. In line with this, we would like to thank you sincerely for your worthy support, care and love for our product and for extending the long century Thai’s cultural weaving art with us.
Every piece has been crafted to offer Thorr’s aspirations to bestow the refinement, identity and quality of our handmade products. Each and every one of our creations embodies the soul of the master weaver.
From generation to generation..
The design and woven technique formed with generation of knowledge from locals and passed through this knowledge to the new generation to preserve this value of handcraft, Thorr would love to present the perfect balance of modern and traditional vibe.
One of Thorr’s Precious Member
lives in Hua Taphan District, Amnat Charoen Province. She has been working with us for almost 4 years since the establishment of the company. The beginning of Auntie’s mat weaving is she learned from family members and adults in the community. Collecting experience points since adolescence. Her skill can be called master level. No matter how intricate patterns are, she can do it. She is still open to new knowledge. She believes that knowledge is infinite, and is keen to learn. And coming to work here with Thorr makes himself an income, finds value and happiness in life.
Thorr had been selected by the Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce (Thailand) to participate in the Maison & Objet from 2018 to 2021. Maison&Objet Paris is the decoration and lifestyle industry’s most highly publicized event. It’s a constantly updated pool of creative talent from France and overseas present at each edition. The event extends over two weekends to help visitors discover exhibitions and installations in 200 participating sites.
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