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Dressing up your bag to become the cutest charm in the World!!!!!

This is a very adorable tribal bag charm with lovely crochet doll. It is created with pastel pom poms, wooden beads, vintage plastic beads, shells, colorful bells, lucky seed and cute crochet doll in Karen style. Her dress was made from very vintage tribal Karen fabric. She has red lips and dresses her hair in Karen style. She is 5.5 inches tall. She is very sweet!!!!!

Normally, a tribal bag charm was made under the ethnic spiritual beliefs to bring luck and inspiration to their life. Many used items were gathered, for instance, the edge or rim or hem of shirt or skirt, plastic beads from their belt or skirt, lucky seed, etc.

Therefore, every item of tribal bag charm has its own meaning such as

-Black seed or lucky seed called Med Ma Kha (Ma Kha seed) means patient, serenity and peaceful
-Wooden ring means eternity and infinity of your life
-Shell means safety and protection from any dangers
-Bells mean prominence or spacious reputation
- Embroidered spiral means longivity


5.5 inches doll and total length is 12 inches including brass clip

100% handmade charm

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Tribal charm crochet doll in Hmong style (Reserved for CalifoniaDeals)


  • Materials: pastel pom poms, wooden beads, vintage plastic beads, shells, colorful bells, lucky seed, crochet doll
  • Ships worldwide from Thailand
  • Feedback: 40 reviews
  • Listed on Jan 2, 2011