* Made with Vintage Cotton Fabric Afghani Embroidered Bag.
* Bag Has Multi Colored Patchwork Embroidery Pattern on Front Side
* Multi Colored Kantha Work Design on Back Side.
*Our bags are strictly produced by our skilled team with the natural traditional way of craftsmanship.
* Bag closes with a High Quality Magnet Button.
* Bag Has A Zipper Pocket Back Side For Valuable Things.
* The bag is cell phone crossbody bag which is slim,compact and light-weight.Big capacity for all kinds of little stuff.
* Patches used for creating this masterpiece are from antique vintage material / old material.
* A Perfect Cross Body Bag / Mobile Bag / Money,Card Holder Bag / Purse give to elegant look.
* Due to handwork and vintage material some imperfection will be there which is not considerable as a Damage.
* This is a great pop of color for a basic outfit or very fun paired with prints, either way it will add a perfect bohemian touch. Perfect for a lady on the go that likes a small bag everyday or for a night/day out.
* This will be your go to bag for festival season and beyond!! This is a vintage bag and may have small flaws or have started to show wear. This is the beauty of many of my findings.
Actual Images of items in indirect sunlight are shown above. We follow WYSIWYG “What you see is what you get”. The original color of items which you buy may differ minutely from the images due to camera capture sensitivity, lighting & even your system screens, so there may be a minor possibility in change of brightness & contrast. Depending on the size of products there may be dimension variation because products are made by hand and also variation in weight due to moisture, dryness, gravity and different measuring machines.
The Banjara (also called Gor, Lambadi, and Gormati) are a community usually described as nomadic people from the northwestern belt of the Indian subcontinent (from Afghanistan to the state of Rajasthan) now spread out all over India.
Banjara art is rich and includes performance arts such as dance and music to folk and plastic arts such as rangoli, textile embroidery, tattooing and painting. The Banjara embroidery and tattooing are especially prized and also form a significant aspect of the Banjara identity. Lambani women specialize in lepo embroidery which involves stitching pieces of mirror, decorative beads and coins onto clothes. The Sandur Lambani Embroidery is a type of textile embroidery unique to the tribe in Sanduru, Bellary district, Karnataka. It has obtained a GI tag.