Patricia Hand Woven Bag

$175.00

Handcrafted with Heart and Passion
Each bag comes with the story of the woman who made it

 

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Experience timeless elegance with our handcrafted woven leather handbag. Made from premium, full-grain leather, this bag combines durability with sophisticated style. The intricate woven pattern showcases exceptional craftsmanship, ensuring that each piece is unique.

Designed with both fashion and functionality in mind, the spacious interior features multiple pockets for effortless organization, while the sturdy handles and detachable shoulder strap offer versatile carrying options. Whether you’re heading to a business meeting or a casual outing, this handbag adds a touch of refined luxury to any ensemble.

Indulge in the perfect blend of tradition and modernity with this exquisite woven leather handbag – a true statement piece that complements any wardrobe.

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FAQ

No, hides come from animals raised for food. This accounts for 99% of the world’s leather.

The main sources of animal hides are cattle, sheep and goats. Their skins are a valuable global resource and, thanks to tanners’ and manufacturers’ skills and knowledge, they ensure this versatile material does not end up in landfill.

Current estimates put this at a saving of 7.3 million tonnes for cattle hides alone and around 10 million tonnes in total per year. That is a lot of potential waste being transformed into a versatile, usable material.

Yes. It converts waste from the food industry that would be otherwise thrown away, to make products we use in everyday life.

Leather keeps around 10 million tonnes out of landfill a year
Leather is long-lasting
Leather products are repairable
Leather can be recycled
At its end-of-life phase, leather degrades through chemical and biological means
The leather industry creates employment and skills for millions worldwide, an important defining factor in sustainability and the circular economy.

Vegetable tanning is an intricate, traditional method of tanning leather dating back to approximately 6000 BC. It is the oldest tanning method, it uses extracts from wood, and nuts of trees and shrubs. It usually takes longer to tan leather using this method, but the result is a leather with distinctive aesthetic and handle that ages beautifully.

Well-made and cared for leather products will last generations. This longevity together with repairability means that leather can make an important contribution to a society that is looking to consume less, and repair and reuse more.

Yes. Leather fibreboard is made by grinding up old leather and is used in shoes to create insoles and heel inserts and leather trimmings are used as stuffing for items such as punch bags. New composite materials are also being developed that incorporate ground up leather.

Are your leather products genuine?

100%. We make sure all our leather goods are made with selected vegetable tanned full-grain, the first layer or top-grain genuine leather, we never make bags with second layer leather, fake leather or any other poor quality leather. 

That's because each leather hide comes from a different animal and it's only natural for them to have some unique shade or tint. Remember we are talking real 100% genuine leather here? No fake stuff. On the better side, each product has its unique look and feel.

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