Brown Batik Cotton Handbags(22 items)
Bukuku Handcrafted batik journals, notebooks, date books and card holders
"Indonesian batik has been named an intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO and we are very proud to use it, not just for clothing, but also in stationary and other souvenirs."
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Popular Brown Batik Cotton Handbags
Hand Crafted Batik Cotton Foldable Shopping Tote Bag, "Madura Legacy"$29.99
Java's Wahyu Sulistiani designs a trendy tote that also folds and zips up, ideal to keep in the handbag. Working with batik techniques on cotton, Sulistiani selects the and for a bag with a palette of brown, purple and black hues. Originating in the island of Madura, anggur (vine) and merak (peafowl) are underscored by the circular patterns that are traditional of this area.
Kawung Motif Leather Accented Batik Cotton Wristlet, "Marvelous Kawung"$44.99
One of the oldest batik designs, traditional motifs in cordovan, old gold, and white decorate this wristlet from Bali. Yuvin Priyana creates this wristlet, decorated using the batik method, where the fabric is printed with a wax resist before being treated with dyes. Leather accents and a wrist strap in saddle brown complete this handbag, which opens with a zipper to a faux suede-lined interior with an open pocket on one side.
Elephant Motif Batik Cotton Sling in Tan from India, "Tan Elephants"$25.99
Against horizontal stripes of tan and vanilla, elephant motifs in black decorate this cotton sling from India. Krishna and Sharda design this bag, which is decorated using the batik method; a wax resist is block-printed onto the fabric before it is treated with dye. This bag can be slung over the shoulder on a black strap. It opens with a zipper to a three-compartment cotton-lined interior.
Batik Cotton Wallet in Amber from India, "Creative Beauty in Amber"$25.99
Crimson and black motifs create a striking contrast against the amber body of this cotton wallet. Designed by Indian duo Krishna and Sharda, this wallet is decorated using the batik method, where a wax resist is block-printed onto the fabric before it is treated with the dyes. This wallet can be held by hand or via a wrist strap with a tassel. It opens with a zipper to a cotton-lined interior in taupe that is divided into two compartments; a zipper pocket in the middle offers space for storing small items, while six slots store bank cards.