Leather handbag GWAGGWA TURQUESA UNO
GWAGGWA TURQUESA UNO leather handbag, made of genuine turquoise full-grain leather, the front is decorated with unique, colourful "mola" fabric pattern. Mola is a traditional fabric hand-embroidered by the Kuna Indians inhabiting the area of the Gulf of Uraba in Colombia. Meticulously finished, the handbag stands out due to its large size, it can be closed with a zipper and has practical inside and outside pockets. The short strap stresses the handbag’s form and style. The linen is made of synthetic material. "GWAGGWA" means a parrot in the Kuna language. This type perfectly suits elegant women who value comfortable solutions to hold all their treasures. The handbag has been made entirely of high quality materials in a family-run leatherware workshop in Colombia.
|Country of origin||Colombia|
|Material||Cowhide, cotton (Mola pattern)|