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Tai Je Upcycled Bag

You’ll love it because: Crafted from vintage sinh pieces, the upcycled bag is one way to make the rich colours and Tai Je patterns part of your daily wear.

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$49.00 $29.40

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Description

Sinhs, or Lao skirts, are fabulous textiles, and we don’t like to see any of these handwoven wonders go to waste.

Our production team upcycled pieces of vintage sinh to create these lovely bags, featuring rich, deep colours and patterns woven by Tai Je weavers.

The round, braided rattan handles are smooth and soft, making this extra easy and comfortable to carry.

  • Material: Silk and Rattan Handle
  • Care Instructions: Hand wash in cool water, use mild soap
  • Dimensions: 37 cm x 42 cm

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WeightN/A
Color

Blue, Purple, Red

Made by:

Made by Tai Daeng
Tai Daeng

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