Handmade Upcycled Sari Rag Wreath

Pri Pri

£36.00 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 26th May
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    • 28th May
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    • Standard delivery
    • 30th - 31st May
    • Express delivery
    • 29th - 30th May


  • Vegan Friendly
  • Recycled Materials
  • Handmade

A beautiful rag wreath made from sari offcuts. Guaranteed to add colour to any festive occasion! The wreaths all use upcycled sari waste and hand cut by underprivileged women in India who have been trained in tailoring.

A sustainable way to decorate your home and welcome the festive season!

Note! Due to the upcycled nature of these products, there will be variation from the images. Wreaths will be multicoloured, but if you'd like to see exact images, please get in touch.

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Please see images to select your preferred colour way but please note, due to the upcycled nature of these products, there may be variations from the image.

Size: 35 x 35cm (14 x 14")


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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 30th - 31st May

Express delivery: £3.00
Receive it by 29th - 30th May

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Pri Pri

Pri Pri

Wimbledon, London

Hello, my name is Priya. I grew up in London but I'd spend summers in India with my grandmother who was always dressed in a Sari and had a passion for sewing. She taught me how to make everything, from scrunchies to dresses. The love for clothing she gave me led me to a career in textiles for a major retailer.

During this time, wanting to create something unique for my gorgeous niece, I cut up one of my mother's old saris and crafted the little girl a dress. Seeing how much she loved it I began to make more and a short time later I launched Pri Pri.

One of the things that makes us special is that our clothes are a beautiful blend traditional Indian fabrics and western design. Stitching together the two cultures that have made me.