Our slouchy, textured bag shares two uniquely Moroccan sources of inspiration. The pattern is inspired by zelij, the intricate and geometric style of tiling that can be found covering surfaces from medieval mosques to modern shopping centers. The rich fabric is the same as that used to upholster the cushions you’ll find piled high in the salon of a typical Moroccan home, where visitors are welcomed to linger over a glass of mint tea. Features a button clasp closure, one inner zip pocket, and two inner slot pockets.
Crafted in Casablanca, Morocco. Polyester blend with cotton lining and leather strap. 20"W x 13 1/2"H. Adjustable strap is 36" maximum length.
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The Maya women of Zinacantán, in southern Mexico’s
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This embossed suede bag is created in a
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