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The Totem Bag

Wa Totem Bag - Handmade Brocade

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    Material: Handwoven Cotton Fabric
    Dimensions(Approx.)
    10.8"L × 9.8"H (27.5 × 25cm),  Strap Length 40.2" (102cm)

    ***Please note that the natural dyes used in our handwoven and embroidered threads may slightly fade over time, particularly with exposure to sweat. We recommend pairing your bag with darker clothing to prevent any potential color transfer.

    CARE INFO

    To maintain the optimal condition of your Totem Bag, please follow these gentle care guidelines:

    CLEANING: The delicate brocade and embroidery are best preserved without washing. For the handwoven fabric, use a clean, damp cloth to gently wipe the fabric sections. Avoid soaking or scrubbing.

    STORAGE: Store your bag in a cool, dry place when not in use.

    PROTECTION: To prevent damage to the beautiful embroidery and woven patterns, avoid contact with sharp objects.

    SHIPPING

    FREE Shipping above $45
    Processing time before shipping: 1-3 business days

    Shipping Time Estimated:
    Europe | 6-12 Days
    Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Sweden.

    North America |
    United States
    5-10 Days, Canada 10-13 Days.

    Oceania |
    7-10 Days
    Australia, New Zealand.

    Asia |
    6-9 Days
    Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Japan

    Wa Totem Bag - Handmade Brocade
    Wa Totem Bag - Handmade Brocade
    Wa Totem Bag - Handmade Brocade
    Wa Totem Bag - Handmade Brocade
    • Handmade by Artisan

      Ancient Techniques

    • Recyclable Packaging

      Eco-Friendly

    Presented by Wa People

    #Mountain Warrior

    The Wa people are a Southeast Asian ethnic group. They are tough and fearless, known as the "mountain warriors."

    They preserve the features of ancient highland peoples.

    The Brocade & worship of

    The Earth, Deities & Nature.

    Red and black are the favored colours for their attire. Red represents the sun and the notion of harmony and blessings. The Wa people find beauty in black and consider it a symbol of the earth.

    HANDCRAFTED WITH LOVE

    Direct From the Master