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Antique Patchwork Tote Large Bag Purse Over Dyed by TnBCdesigns

Antique Patchwork Tote Large Bag Purse Over Dyed by TnBCdesigns

JAPANESE BORO PATCHWORK Tote Bag Purse by 1770mercantile on Etsy

JAPANESE BORO PATCHWORK Tote Bag Purse by 1770mercantile on Etsy

VINTAGE PATCHWORK Crazy Quilt BAG with Matching by TnBCdesigns

VINTAGE PATCHWORK Crazy Quilt BAG with Matching by TnBCdesigns

Japanese Vintage Kimono 2 Way Patchwork Bag  P21 by kazuewest, $98.00

Japanese Vintage Kimono 2 Way Patchwork Bag P21 by kazuewest, $98.00

Messenger Hobo by jalmodovar on Etsy

Messenger Hobo by jalmodovar on Etsy

INDIGO CLOTH TOTE BAG with leather bottom - This bag is made from very old, authentic Indigo cloth dating back to the late 19th Century. This cloth came from West Africa where these cloths were hand woven and hand dyed using the natural dye from the Indigo plant. These textiles signified wealth, abundance and fertility. Today, Indigo cloth is highly sought after for its beauty, uniqueness and history, and they are works of art in themselves. The cloth is 100% cotton.  The bag bottom is…

INDIGO CLOTH TOTE BAG with leather bottom - This bag is made from very old, authentic Indigo cloth dating back to the late 19th Century. This cloth came from West Africa where these cloths were hand woven and hand dyed using the natural dye from the Indigo plant. These textiles signified wealth, abundance and fertility. Today, Indigo cloth is highly sought after for its beauty, uniqueness and history, and they are works of art in themselves. The cloth is 100% cotton. The bag bottom is…

Fringe Tote by jalmodovar on Etsy

Fringe Tote by jalmodovar on Etsy

JAPANESE BORO TOTE Bag Purse Handwoven Indigo Dyed by TnBCdesigns

JAPANESE BORO TOTE Bag Purse Handwoven Indigo Dyed by TnBCdesigns

Fringe Tote by jalmodovar on Etsy

Fringe Tote by jalmodovar on Etsy

BORO TOTE - Boro literally translates to rags or scraps of cloth that were made in the early 20th century for clothes and household items. These cloths were mended, patched up and repaired over and over again as not everyone could afford the silk kimonos worn by the more upper class. Though the cloth was made from scraps, they were no less beautiful than that worn by the aristocracy. Today the Boro cloth is valued as art and highly admired and collected, and rightfully so. Boro uses…

BORO TOTE - Boro literally translates to rags or scraps of cloth that were made in the early 20th century for clothes and household items. These cloths were mended, patched up and repaired over and over again as not everyone could afford the silk kimonos worn by the more upper class. Though the cloth was made from scraps, they were no less beautiful than that worn by the aristocracy. Today the Boro cloth is valued as art and highly admired and collected, and rightfully so. Boro uses…

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