SALE 15% OFF* Genuine Leather Briefcase, Leather Messenger Bag, Leather Satchel, Shoulder Bag, Vintage briefcase, brown briefcase

SALE 15% OFF* Genuine Leather Briefcase, Leather Messenger Bag, Leather Satchel, Shoulder Bag, Vintage briefcase, brown briefcase

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Handmade

Materials

leather, aguayo, wool

Summary

*** NEW YEAR 2020 SALE 15%OFF in all our products. ***
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Handmade Briefcase of genuine leather craftsmen were sewn carefully.
One main compartment divided in 2 sections.
One front flat pocket with zipper.
One front pocket with 1 pin.
(the 2 front pockets are covered by main cover of briefcase.)
Aguayo cloth embossed edging and front part is traditional fabric designs of Andean People (Inca Culture) in Bolivia, Peru - South America.

Color: Brown (Multicolor Aguayo Fabric Design)
Size: Height: 15 inch, Depth: 5.5 inch, Length: 11 inch, Strap Drop: 36 - 47 inch
Weight: 2.50 lb. (1.15 Kg.)
Material: 100% Genuine Leather and Aguayo cloth (Traditional Fabric from Andes) made of wool.

NOTE: Because this pouch is made of artisan people, the combinations of color of the typical design and the typical design that adorns the product can have some variations.

CONDITION: New with tags and generic box because of its artisan made.

SHIPPING:
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- USA, EUROPE, JAPAN and Worldwide shipping is available.
- Combined Shipping is available for 2 or more items. Feel free to contact us to get shipping discounts.
- FedEx®Express is available in shipping options at checkout and you also can contact us to get FedEx®Express discounts.
- Standard Shipping uses Registered Airmail with Tracking Code to be delivered by your Local Post Office in your Country.


PAYMENT: Only PayPal accepted.


AGUAYO AWAYO INFORMATION
An aguayo is a rectangular piece of cloth used in traditional communities in the Andes of Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina. The aguayo is most associated with Quechua and Aymara culture but is not exclusive to them. Aguayos typically features colorful stripes interrelated with rhombuses and other figures with symbolic values. Quechua and Aymara women often use them to carry children and take products to the market.

The Aguayo is a native textile made by native indigenous women, it is difficult to create and done using primitive methods. These native Aguayos are done using alpaca, sheep or llama wool, which are colored using natural coloring with bright colors.

Each of these Aguayos tell the story of a community or includes symbols which are original to their culture using colors, techniques and designs which make each community different from the others.

Currently, artisans are creating Aguyaos with cotton fibers, these are no longer done by had but instead using industrial methods. These cotton Aguayos are used to create bags, table cloths, bed cloths, etc. which are sold in the handicraft markets and are bought by locals and tourists.

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Meet your seller

Victor

Victor

Owner of AndeanShop

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AndeanShop made this item with help from
Inti Illimani, La Paz, Bolivia

Shop rating

5 out of 5 stars

Total shop reviews

330

Giada Jan 20, 2020

Jean-michel Pelet Jan 16, 2020

5 out of 5 stars
Hello I receive the blanket today. It looks as it is describe on the site, a great handwork, with lovely colors. It worth to be patient,
as it takes few weeks to get here. Better late then never.

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MaryCherry Dec 25, 2019

5 out of 5 stars
Bag is beautiful and unique, thank you!

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