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Cotton handbag, 'Hill Tribe Treasure'

Item # 39071
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The unique textile legacy of the Hmong hill tribe brings vibrant elegance to the design of this shoulder bag from Chirada. A colorful patchwork of embroidered bands shapes the bag, which is fully lined in cotton and has three pockets, one that closes with a zipper. Decorated with bright rain tree wood beads, the bag hangs from quality leather straps and closes with a zipper as well as with a cotton loop. Made in Thailand.

  • Features a zipper closure
  • Color(s) may vary slightly
  • Motif(s) may vary slightly
  • Bag:
      15.8" W x 9.8" H x 4.1" D
    Handles:
      29.3" L x 1.0" W
  • Weight: 0.9 lb
  • 100% cotton, leather, rain tree wood and brass trim. Cotton lining
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

Ships directly from our partner office in Thailand. Please allow 2 to 3 weeks for delivery. This item is not available for express shipping and cannot be delivered to PO Boxes or APO/FPO.

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Artisan: Chirada

Artisan Chirada

"Hello! My name is Chirada Loetparisanyu. I was born on April 7, 1973. My parents worked in agriculture before turning to handicrafts. They opened a workshop in Chiang Mai, which I look after, and now they have another one in Bangkok.

"I graduated from Kasetsart University with a degree in Agriculture in 1996. I have always been interested in handicrafts that are made from natural materials, so I observed and learned from magazines, books, television programs and everything around me. I started with textiles and, by 2000, I was transforming textiles into clothes and dresses. By late 2005 and the beginning of 2006, I was tooling leather handbags, which appealed to many people. I then explored the possibility of including hill tribe cotton textiles into my designs, which continued to feature quality leather. All of my designs are about our Thai lifestyle. I adapt local styles with modern trends.

"My work starts with something I like, and I develop the design from there based on my own imagination as well as what I see around me. I also welcome people's opinions on my designs so I can improve. I am a person who always likes to do everything, better and better. If I feel something isn't good enough, I don't give up. I will always try my best until I achieve what I want."

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