Peruvian Multicolor Hand Woven Handbags(30 items)
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Makes me happy
Ms. Evaristo has made a beautiful, bright, colorful bag in an artistic style. The design is smart because in the way it?s made the bag looks smaller than it actually is. I love the wide shoulderstraps that are saving my shoulders and back. The bag is very well made and easy to love.
This is one of the most unusual bags I have in my closet. Its handy and seasonless. So glad I bought it!
Popular Peruvian Multicolor Hand Woven Handbags
Striped Hand Woven Shoulder Bag with Three Inner Pockets, "Multicolor Feast"$54.99
Lily Carrasco orchestrates a multicolor feast to celebrate the textile traditions of the Andes. The wool shoulder bag is crafted of hand-woven featuring vertical stripes in shades of blue, orange, purple, green and brown. The turquoise lined interior includes three pockets, one with a zipper. The main bag closes with a zipper.
Black Suede and 100% Alpaca Backpack from Peru, "Natural Paths"
For a striking accessory, this backpack is designed and crafted by Peruvian artisan Sandra Roca. She handcrafts the backpack of black suede and leather, accented with a handwoven panel of 100% alpaca above a zipper pocket. The bag drapes over the shoulders on two adjustable straps, and its main closure opens with a zipper to a lined interior with a zipper pocket on one side.
Women's Brown Leather Tri-Fold Wallet with Wool Inset, "Dancer's Soul"$59.99
Handloomed wool in warm colors covers a tri-fold wallet for women. From Henry and Carlos, it is crafted of dark brown leather and features a folk dancer, embossed by hand. Inside are 15 pockets of different sizes to keep things organized. Four long pockets for bills are complemented by a single larger inner pocket and ten pockets for business cards or credit cards. Another pocket is protected with clear plastic to hold a driver's license or photos, and the wallet is lined in dark brown fabric.
Brown Leather Shoulder Bag with Shiphibo Embroidered Flap, "White Shipibo Paths"
The textile art of the Shipibo people is mesmerizing with its hypnotic geometry and use of color. By Sandra Roca, this leather shoulder bag showcases a panel of handwoven wool on the flap. Embroidered by hand, the maze-like patterns are underscored by the leather's rich brown tonalities. Inside, a zipper pocket and two open pouches keep things organized, and the handbag is lined with a solid brown fabric.