The proud stitch-heritage of the Kachchh region shows in every thread of these embroideries. Many ethnic groups are famous for their needlework: Dhabaria and Kachchhi Rabari, Dhanetah Jats, Sodha Rajputs, and Mutwa. Each group has a traditional repertoire of figure and motif.
These embroideries bring the richness of desert cultures into your hands — heirlooms for the future. Each embroidery is a unique creation of the woman who made it. No two are the same.
Size is approx. 42cm (16.5") width, 32cm (12.5") height, 8cm (3") depth. Double straps measure 64cm (25").
Features: A single-sided traditional Ahir embroidery paired with a durable, handwoven cotton featuring a simple running stitch throughout. Traditionally this fabric is used by tribal women in Kutch, India for jackets & utilitarian bags.
Zipper at the top opening of the bag, plus 2 inner side pockets (one zips closed). 2 straps that can be worn on the shoulder or carried in hand.
Note: This embroidery piece is one of a kind.
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