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Indigenous Artisans - Cultural Bags

 

Colombian Leather Star Tote
Colombian Leather Star Tote
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Category: Clothing/Accessories/Cultural Bags

Artisans in a woman-run leatherworking studio in Colombia create this roomy tote bag. The rich red leather is already as soft as your favorite broken-in pair of boots, and gains character with age. Embossed with a star motif inspired by celestial designs found throughout pre-Columbian art.


$125.00
$39.99
Colombian Leather Rosa Bag
Colombian Leather Rosa Bag
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Category: Clothing/Accessories/Cultural Bags

Two traditional Colombian crafts come together in this classic leather bag: leatherwork and hammock weaving. In a small, woman-owned workshop in Colombia, pebbled russet leather is combined with a strip of hammock fabric woven by expert craftspeople. The result is a timeless tote that has plenty of room for your everyday essentials and then some. Zip closure. One inside slash pocket and one inside zip pocket.


$225.00
$41.99
Victoria Garden Hand-painted Leather Bag
Victoria Garden Hand-painted Leather Bag
(Based on 3 reviews)
Category: Clothing/Accessories/Cultural Bags

Members of the Basu family have been producing vibrant, hand-painted, collectible leather bags in their Kolkata studio for more than 20 years. Colorful flowers and butterflies, inspired by Kolkata’s formal Victoria Garden, decorate this soft and supple handbag. Part of the Anna by Anuschka collection, each is signed on the back. Features inner zip closure, inside zip pocket, two inside patch pockets, outside zip pocket, and outside slot pocket with magnetic clasp. Can be worn over the shoulder or across the body.


$149.00
Cambodian Ikat Bag
Cambodian Ikat Bag
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Category: Clothing/Accessories/Cultural Bags

This everyday tote bag features a pattern of handwoven ikat, made by a collective of 46 men and women in Cheu Teal Village in Takeo Province, Cambodia. They use traditional ikat methods to make the fabric starting with creating the pattern, tying the pattern, hand dying, spinning thread onto spindles and finally the weaving. These fabrics are a blend of the traditional and new—a centuries old craft used to create bold, modern textiles.


$149.00