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Handcrafted Sabai Grass Tote / Utility Bag - Brown & Beige

Handcrafted Sabai Grass Tote / Utility Bag - Brown & Beige
Handcrafted Sabai Grass Tote / Utility Bag - Brown & Beige
Handcrafted Sabai Grass Tote / Utility Bag - Brown & Beige
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| AUTHENTIC CRAFT. CREATED IN INDIA.

Handcrafted Sabai Grass Tote / Utility Bag - Brown & Beige

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Handcrafted Sabai Grass Tote / Utility Bag - Brown & Beige. Purposeful and in trend, these Sabai grass tote bags are the new must haves. Perfect for carrying your work essentials or as an everyday hand bag these bags are a perfect style statement. Enduring quality and handcrafted beauty put together to create this beautiful accessory. Sabai grass is a natural fibre abundantly grown in tribal-dominated areas of Orissa and parts of West Bengal. The usage of the grass, locally known bobei ghasa, was earlier confined mainly to rope-making.

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Handcrafted Sabai Grass Tote / Utility Bag - Brown & Beige

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Product Details

  • Material : Sabai Grass
  • Craft : Sabai Grass Weaving
  • State : Orissa / West Bengal
  • Colour : Brown & Beige
  • Measurements :  Height With Handle-23" ; Height-13" x Width-3" x Length-14"
  • Product weight : 580 grams
  • Special Attention : Handcrafted. Kindly allow for minor crafting defects
  • Shipping Info : Dispatched in a maximum of 10 to 15 business days. Returns accepted within 12 days of delivery.
  • UOM : Piece

Sabai Grass Weaving

Sabai grass is a natural fibre abundantly grown in tribal-dominated areas of Orissa and parts of West Bengal.The usage of the grass, locally known bobei ghasa, was earlier confined mainly to rope-making. But over a period of time, the craft has seen an evolution into the production of a very wide range of environment-friendly, elegant and sophisticated utility products for home and other uses. Women workers, mostly belonging to tribal communities are extensively engaged in the production of these items.

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