Button Piet Purse

You’ll love it because: Pretty enough to use as a small clutch, our piet zipper purse gets upgraded with natural dyes, a cotton lining, a button closure and tassels.

Price:

$12.00

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Description

Pretty and delicate, yet made with the invincible jungle vine, we give you our upgraded piet purse! Featuring a soft cotton lining, a zipper and contrasting tassel strings that secure the button closure, this little beauty can be used to organise your bag or as a clutch.

All our piet bags are Village Weavers Project collaboration with Khmu artisans who are seasoned experts at turning jungle vine into handsome and functional items.

Additional information

Weight300 g

Made by:

Made by Khmu
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