Artementae

Quindío

£174

Style: Bucket bag / Cross-body bag

Rich in agriculture, the gorgeously green region of Colombia, Quindío, is proudly home to some of the world’s favourite coffee. Warm brown waves crocheted into the body of the Quindío boho-chic bag takes inspiration from the region’s coffee plantations, with a colourful geometric strip that wraps around the top edge of the bag, which makes note of the colourful architecture that thrives amongst the natural landscapes.

Fastened in adjustable tassels, Quindío is u tterly hand-made, any imperfections celebrate the craftsmanship of the artisans, giving this bag it’s own story. With an individualistic design underneath and carefully crocheted matching strap, the quality of our bags have been thought-out from top to bottom, timely crotched in a way that the bag’s unique exterior, mirrors the interior. This bag uses 100% eco-friendly fibres.

Bag size: 22cm x 27cm

Composition: 80% cotton, 20% synthetic.

Strap length: 74cm.

Care: Dry clean only to preserve colours.

In a small village close to Barranquilla, Colombia, a group of 36 skillful women. started what would have been considered as a cooperative in 2002, the women of Arte & Tejido are all expert artisans that employ a beautiful and traditional crochet technique. Taking inspiration from cultural influences and their natural surroundings, the artisans create unique, classic pieces with a modern and chic approach to create unique bags. All materials used by the artisans are from 100% natural fibres of cotton and eco-friendly synthetics. Some imperfections in the fibres do not compromise the quality of the products but rather are testimonial of the natural characteristic of the fibres, giving each bag their own personality. Exquisitely hand-crocheted, the exterior’s unique design mirrors the interior, with the bottom that matches this beautiful pattern, these bags are their own masterpieces. As each piece can take between two to three weeks from start to finish, they are truly special, celebrating timeless Colombian artistry.

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