Thai Mulberry Saa Paper
600 years ago in the mountains of Northeastern Burma and
bordering Thailand the Karen Hill-Tribe people found a remarkable bark
naturally peeled from the trunk of the Mulberry tree. Over the years
Paper making developed without destroying or cutting down trees.
Saa Paper is often a bi-product of the silk making process.
Silk Worms will only eat Mulberry leaves. The bark is peeled often from
same trees to make pulp. The Mulberry leaves and bark will grow back,
resupplying the raw material resources for two important traditional
SAA Paper by Hand in Thailand
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Sheets are unfolded, but there may be a slight crease from hanging in
the Paper Shop.
We will roll paper for shipping.