Zipper Piet Purse

You’ll love it because: Dip-dyed in natural colours and a contrasting cotton lining makes our slightly larger piet purse even more appealing. Use it as a clutch!

Price:

$15.00

SKU P-53-Z1 Category Tags , ,

Only 1 left in stock

Only 1 left in stock

Description

Pretty and delicate, yet made with the invincible jungle vine, we give you a new variation on our zipper piet purse! Dip-dyed natural colours and contrasting cotton lining add extra dimension. And, speaking of dimension, this purse is slightly larger, making it perfect to use as an all-day clutch or as a makeup bag for travellers.

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
Khmu

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