Collection: Trays, Market Baskets and Wicker Items

Sturdy cane, wicker, and reed hand-crafted in the northern provinces of Thailand, Laos, and Burma.   More

khantoke or khantok (Thaiขันโตกpronounced [kʰǎn tòːk]) is a pedestal tray used as a small dining table by the Lanna people (of northern Thailand), Laotians, and by people from Isan (northeastern Thailand).[1] A khan toke tray is a short, round table made of several materials, such as wood, bamboo, or rattan. It has a diameter of about 35 centimeters (14 in) but can vary in size and use case. It is comparable to the daunglan traditionally used in Burmese cuisine.