"Presenting an Ikat inspired handbook sling bag. This piece has beautiful pattern in colors including pink, mustard, green.
This beautiful sling bag has compartment and one zip pocket, it is secured by magnetic button flap. The exterior of bag has adjustable strap and one zip pocket at the back. The interior of the bag has water resistant quality.
Kalamkari is a handblock technique and this fabric comes from the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
Our bags are made ethically. We source our fabrics directly from weaving houses or cooperatives. We do not use animal skin and our products are made using handmade textiles majorly.
Fabric: Cotton Kalamkari
Weight: 165 Grams
Size: L*W*H = 10*8*4 inches
Color: Black, Green, Pink, Mustard
Wash Care: Hand wash with mild detergent. Please do not soak in water for long. No Machine wash.
Note: All our bags are hand crafted using traditional handwoven/hand-blocked fabrics. If you see certain slubs on the fabric, or smudge of color around handblock work, it is because of the very nature of the handcrafted process. These imperfections/variations do not compromise the aesthetics or functionality of the handbag and are hallmark of handmade work. Every piece is unique in itself!"
Color: black, ponk,yellow
Size / Dimension: L*W*H = 10*8*4 (inches)
Time of Delivery: 12 Business days
At Chanchal, we explore the rich heritage of Indian Art and Craft; and create product lines that are rooted in India’s local culture yet contemporary. Breaking away from the obsession for standardization and perfection, we intend to bring the uniqueness, beauty and perspective of the “Imperfect” through our products.We work with artists and craftsmen across the length and breadth of India to bring forth their art forms, craftsmanship and unique perspective. Each artefact is one of its kind—a little different, a little imperfect and unique. Our Objective: -Promoting traditional art and craft; and bringing genuine art for our customers in form of products and accessories -Empowering grass-root level workforce including artisans, weavers and craftsmen – by working with them directly and removing the intermediaries -Using environment friendly techniques and processes.