Apache Tasseled Bag with Quartz Crystal
Apache Tasseled Bag with Quartz Crystal
Apache Tasseled Bag with Quartz Crystal
Apache Tasseled Bag with Quartz Crystal
Apache Tasseled Bag with Quartz Crystal
Apache Tasseled Bag with Quartz Crystal
Apache Tasseled Bag with Quartz Crystal
Apache Tasseled Bag with Quartz Crystal - Buffalo Girl
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Apache Tasseled Bag with Quartz Crystal

Regular price $2,000.00

This stunning Apache Tasseled Bag features a magical Quartz Crystal wand with rugged edges <3

It is made of premium quality soft suede in gorgeous warm shades of tan with hand carved & hand dyed, honey toned antique brown leather panels featuring our signature Eagle Feather design.

The strap itself is a large hand carved Feather and features a quartz cabochon embellishment with our custom made Eagle buckle in rustic silver.

The design is rounded off with a matching feather clip that includes a smaller rugged crystal to match!

This intricately hand tooled bag with beautiful finishes is a classic Buffalo Girl design, and a true statement piece!

Features: Roomy inside with a handy pocket, extra long flowy suede tassels, silver coated brass fittings including our signature Eagle buckle. Large quartz crystal on the front (15cm long) & quartz stone in the strap. The bag comes with a tasseled feather & crystal clip to match! 

Length: 34cm/13.4" Width: 29cm/11.4"

Strap on shortest setting: 93cm/36.6" Strap on longest setting: 109cm/42.9134"

Quartz Crystal

Quartz Crystal is a powerful energy amplifier which raises energy to the highest possible level. It absorbs, stores, releases, and unblocks energy. It is known to bring strength and clarity. Double terminated quartz points can absorb and emit energy from both ends at the same time, making the crystal act as a bridge between any two things - two energy points, two people, two places. By simultaneously absorbing and emitting energy these crystals can help you avoid stagnation by throwing you into the flow of life.

Lifestyle shot of Elsa Pataky & Luciana Barroso wearing their Apache bags at Bluesfest credit to Mel Carrero.