Black Hill Tribe Shoulder Bags(26 items)
Featured Reviews on Black Hill Tribe Shoulder Bags
I normally go for leather bags instead of fabric, but when I saw this, I had to get it. The pictures dont do it justice. The colors of the intricately wrought embroidery are sophisticated and rich. I love poppies, and this is one of the prettiest renditions of the flower that Ive ever seen.
I really love this bag, the colors and detail are beautiful! I would definitely recommend this product and will definitely buy more products from this company
"Such a wide range of beautifully colored, intricate cloth patterns mesmerized me!"
Popular Black Hill Tribe Shoulder Bags
Thai Hill Tribe Cotton Sling Tote Bag with Patchwork Design, "Hmong Culture"$39.99
Inspired by vibrant colors, bold patterns, and unique styles, Thai artisan Jiap Rojjana crafts this colorful shoulder bag in cotton. Using traditional textiles of the Hmong hill tribe, the artisan creates a lovely patchwork design that is featured on the bag's exterior. The lovely tote opens with a zipper closure to a spacious, fully-lined interior that is complete with one open pocket.
Fabric patches will vary in color and pattern, but the overall theme will remain the same.
Thai Multicolored Cotton Shoulder Bag with Geometric Motif, "Ideal Thai"$34.99
Thai artisan Jiap Rojjana creates this lovely shoulder bag inspired by the stunning geometric designs of the Akha Hill Tribe. The eye-catching patterns in bold shades of blue, red, orange, and black are embroidered by hand on the front of the black cotton bag. Golden yellow cord and rain tree wood beads decorate the strap, with a coconut shell button for the closure. The shoulder bag opens to reveal a black cotton lining with an interior zipper pocket that is ideal for smaller items.
Because each is an individual work of embroidery art, colors and motifs may vary slightly according to the artisan's inspiration.
Handmade Thai Naga Tribe Style Shoulder Bag, "Naga Chic"
Using handwoven cotton textiles from the Naga ethnic group, Thai artisan Chirada creates this unique bohemian shoulder bag. The Naga people inhabit northeastern India and northwestern Burma, and weaving colorful shawls and garments is the central activity for Naga women. The leather-trimmed purse is fully lined, and the interior features a zipped pocket and two open pockets to help keep things organized. The handbag closes with a zipper.
Please note: The handwoven textiles will vary in color and pattern, but the overall style and color scheme will remain the same.
Hemp Blend Embroidered Shoulder Bag in Coal from Thailand, "Friendly Earth in Coal"$39.99
A body of coal black is decorated with multicolored embroidery, designed by Thailand's Jariya Kakaew. She works with local artisans to craft it of hemp and cotton blend material with a decorative strap and dangling fringes. It opens at the top with a zipper to a cotton lining, featuring a single open pocket.