Santa Fe Tasseled Bag - Buffalo Girl
Santa Fe Tasseled Bag - Buffalo Girl
Santa Fe Tasseled Bag - Buffalo Girl
Santa Fe Tasseled Bag - Buffalo Girl
Santa Fe Tasseled Bag - Buffalo Girl
Santa Fe Tasseled Bag - Buffalo Girl
Santa Fe Tasseled Bag - Buffalo Girl
Santa Fe Tasseled Bag - Buffalo Girl
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Santa Fe Tasseled Bag

Regular price $1,600.00

This unique tasselled bag is made of velvety soft suede in a beautiful ivory colour and features a hand tooled leather strap & stamped leather frame on the front, surrounding a Native American Zapotec rug with traditional patterns.

The rug in gorgeous warm colours, reminiscent of the Southwest Desert, set against the beautiful texture and that unique sand hue of the suede, with the vintage antique tan frame surrounding it, the rug adds a truly extraordinary touch to this gorgeous piece! 

The strap features beautiful tooling all along and has been hand dyed to achieve the lovely warm colour. It is rounded off with a simple solid brass buckle.

The unique combination of textures, patterns, and colours make this beautiful Santa Fe bag an absolutely special work of art!

Features:

  • Tasselled suede bag with a Native American Zapotec rug embellishment & tooled leather panels.
  • Adjustable leather strap with a solid brass buckle. 
  • Press stud fastening.
  • It is rounded off with a matching tasselled feather clip.
  • Dimensions: 27cm x 32cm 
  • Strap on shortest setting: 108cm, on longest setting: 122cm

 

Please, note that the lifestyle shot is for inspiration purposes only.

All of the feathers used in Buffalo Girl products are from certified feather dealers and found when out exploring the trail.

Zapotec Rugs

These fine mini weaving's are woven on a foot loom by Zapotec Indians in Teotitlan del Valle, Oaxaca, Mexico.

Teotitlan del Valle has a pre-Hispanic weaving tradition and is world famous for its fine tapestries and wall hangings decorated with traditional Zapotec and Mixtec fretwork, idols and animals.

Every step involved in the weaving process from the raising of the sheep, the carding, spinning and dyeing of the wool - to the actual weaving of these rugs is done entirely by hand using the traditional, time-honoured weaving techniques of the Zapotec people.