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Embroidered Kothli Drawstring Purse

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Preserves 1 acre(s) of rainforest.

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Deliciously opulent and lovingly hand-crafted, these delightful purses -- handmade in India -- feature a stunning two-sided design with detailed mirror-work and fine silk embroidery.

Available in Red or Black, each purse is comprised of a luxurious silk fabric and embellished with countless tiny mirrors, dazzling hand-embroidered design, and tassel fringe around three sides. Small in size, they're just the thing for carrying essentials during an elegant evening out, or as a passport holder when traveling.

Purse lies flat and measures, without fringe, 5.75" H x 4.25" W (16.6 x 10.8 cm). Handmade in and fairly traded from India.

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