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Handmade artisan tribal handwoven textile patchwork passport holder / phone cases

Handmade artisan tribal handwoven textile patchwork passport holder / phone cases


Regular price $ 20.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $ 20.00 USD
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  • The multi-hill tribe passport holder is fully lined and includes an additional zipper front clear window for ID, badge, boarding pass, and more. With a zipper closure on top, it provides a designated space for your passport, phone, wallet, and other essentials. This compact purse is an excellent travel companion.
  • Material: Cotton, Hemp, Bamboo fiber, cowhide leather and vinyl
  • Lining: 100% Cotton
  • Size: 5"W x 7 1/2"H
  • Comes in assorted colors.
  • Please note each bag is unique and varies at artisans discretion with available local textiles.
  • The designs is one of a kind, although they will be the same color scheme.
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Discover the Exquisite Craftsmanship of Handmade Multi-HillTribe Products

Our collection of handmade multi-Hill Tribe products is a true testament to the rich cultural diversity and artistic heritage of the Golden Triangle region in Southeast Asia. Crafted with love and attention to detail, these one-of-a-kind items are a celebration of the unique hill tribe textiles and natural materials that make them truly exceptional. A Tapestry of Culture: At the heart of our creations are the Hill Tribes of the Golden Triangle, including the Naga, Hmong, and many others.

Natura Beauty

We embrace the use of natural materials like bamboo fiber and hemp, which not only make our products eco-friendly but also lend them an organic charm. The earthy tones and textures of these materials harmonize with the Hill Tribe textiles, creating a unique fusion of tradition and nature.

Handloom Treasures

Our artisans, deeply rooted in their respective Hill Tribe communities, utilize
traditional handloom techniques to create these beautiful products. Each thread
is woven with care, resulting in textiles that are not only unique but also represent the painstaking craftsmanship of the Hill Tribes.