Moroccan Carpet Panel Bag

Made In Morocco
Regular price $420

Moroccan Carpet Panel Bag made from vintage Moroccan rug, often more than one hundred years old, and leather offcuts with magnetic closure, cotton lining, two interior pockets, and convertible crossbody or shoulder strap. Fabric patterns vary by bag.

Approximate Dimensions: 10.5"w x 8"h x 2.5”d plus 11.5" strap drop or 21” strap drop
This handbag will wear beautifully over time with normal precautions and will benefit from standard leather care. The leather will wear and show markings, creating a patina unique to its owner. Avoid contact with water, oils, creams, perfumes, staining liquids and rough or abrasive materials. Avoid contact with fabrics in a contrasting color to the handbag as color transfer may occur. For long-term storage, fill with tissue paper to maintain shape, zip any zippers, and place upright in a dust bag without anything stacked on top or tightly alongside in a temperate environment.
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Moroccan Carpet Panel Bag

This designer’s leather bags from Morocco bring new life to old artifacts. The Moroccan Carpet Panel Bag's colorful panels come from hand-woven Moroccan rugs – many of the rugs are over a hundred years old and no longer useful due to other sections being beyond repair. 

The leather is sustainably sourced in small amounts to match their limited production – whether offcuts from other small scale manufacturers or dead stock from larger producers. 

Her husband and his family manage production of twelve employees in the workshop in Casablanca. It takes a day to put together one bag.

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