Blue Handle Handbags(38 items)
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100% Cotton Tan and Blue Elephant Motif Cinch-Top Tote Bag, "Elephant Caper in Blue"
This 100% cotton tote bag designed by Boonju Odton of Thailand features a hand printed image on each side of an elephant framed by sweet flowers and an x and dot motif. The exterior of the bag is a light camel color trimmed in cerulean blue piping with a fold-over flap at the top in matching blue. The tote is carried by braided cotton handles and has a cinch closure with raintree wood beads on each end of the drawstring. The interior of the bag is lined in white cotton with one zippered pocket set into the lining.
Embroidered Cotton Handbag in Teal and Saffron (14.5 in.), "Teal Sultanate"$127.99
Evoking the beauty of an exotic sultanate, this exquisite handbag is designed by Balinese artisan Anita Jo. The black cotton handbag features regal hand embroidery in teal and saffron that creates swirl and geometric patterns in the traditional style of the Banda Aceh province, which was hit by a devastating tsunami in 2004. Held by its two handles or slung over the shoulder on an adjustable, removable strap, this bag is fashionable and handy. Opening with a magnetic snap and zipper, the handbag reveals a black lined interior, complete with a zipper pocket on one side for storing small items.
Batik Printed Cotton Shoulder Bag with Leather Trim, "Hmong Maze"
A maze-like Hmong pattern is created with traditional batik methods on this cotton shoulder bag from Pimpun in Thailand. The bag is fully lined in faux suede, and features leather trim and straps. The interior is made to help you stay organized, with multiple interior pockets and even a removable zipper bag with more pockets inside. Carry the bag by its sturdy brown leather handle, or use the removable, adjustable leather shoulder strap.
Embroidered Cotton Travel Bag in Teal and Saffron from Bali, "Teal Sultanate"$137.99
Evoking the beauty of an exotic sultanate, this travel bag is designed by Balinese artisan Anita Jo. The black cotton bag features regal hand embroidery in teal and saffron that creates swirl and geometric patterns in the traditional style of the Banda Aceh province, which was hit by a devastating tsunami in 2004. Beneath a magnetic snap on the top, a zipper opens to reveal a lined interior. A second compartment is located in the bag's midsection, which opens with a magnetic snap and zipper combination.