A bag is just a bag…or is it?
We don’t really think too much about our bags except at the time of buying them. Most of us put a lot of time, thought, and effort into our bag purchases, because a bag says a lot about us. It’s a very visible symbol of who we are and what’s important to us…an extension of ourselves.
Ekantha bags are special because every time you use one, it tells the world a story:...read more
On sale $ 50.00 $ 38.00
$ 50.00 $ 38.00
This elegant, beautiful bag was re-designed for this year's collection. It is a medium dark chocolate-brown shoulder bag and has an elaborate purple/pink patch on front, highlighting unique fine-needlework embroidery, hand-stitched by Hmong tribals on superior "ethnic" sack cloth, considered luxurious by them. Zipper to open handbag; bronze-colored rings connect medium-sized handle to purse. Zippered hidden pocket on back, with more functional pockets inside. Each patch is slightly different in design, being handmade, and colors vary slightly too, from pink-ish, to reddish, to purple-ish. Bag is sure to dazzle!
Embroidered patches are designs traditionally found on Hmong skirts, and are used to express the individuality of each lady who wears them. Therefore, they vary somewhat on each purse.
Size: 10" X 13.5" X 4" (approx.)
Strap length: 11"