If you are looking for an authentic, one of a kind handbag, look no further than this woven bejuco fiber piece. Wearable in the city with jeans as it is on the beach.
100% handcrafted by indigenous women from the Piaroa tribe from Selva de Mataven Reserve in Vichada, Colombia.
Basketry and weaving are one of the most ancient crafts of the Piaroa community of this Amazonian region of Colombia.
Wear it across your body or on one shoulder.
Weaver: Juana Celestino
27 Height / 29 Width / 11 Depth / strap drop length 54 (centimeters)
11 H / 12 W / 4 D / strap drop length 21 (inches)
Note: Please keep in mind these are handcrafted, artisanal items, and dimensions and tones could vary slightly. Thank you.
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