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Star Motif Batik Cotton Tote in Smoke from Ghana, "Smoke Star Burst"

Offered by Ghana's Feeding the Orphans, this tote is created by Esther. She... more

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Offered by Ghana's Feeding the Orphans, this tote is created by Esther. She crafts this bag from cotton, decorated with star motifs in smoke and white that are applied using the batik wax-dyeing method. Inside, this bag features a white cotton lining, complete with a zipper on one side for organizing your belongings.

  • 0.17 kgs
  • 0.4 lbs
  • Bag: 41 cm H x 44 cm W x 7 cm D
  • Bag: 16.25" H x 17.25" W x 2.8" D
  • Strap: 77 cm L x 4 cm W
  • Strap: 30.5" L x 1.6" W
  • Drop length: 35 cm from strap to bag
  • Drop length: 13.75" from strap to bag

  • 100% cotton; cotton lining
  • Dry cleaning recommended
  • Handcrafted batik art--colors and pattern placement will vary
  • No closure
  • Free Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Premium Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Made in Ghana.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in West Africa
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Batik cotton tote, Smoke Star Burst

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