These beautiful hand beaded bags are definitely a conversation starter.
A great accessory to add colour to an outfit. Can be used as a large purse or a bag.
This purse is handmade by artisans who skilfully stitch thousands of glass beads individually onto a cotton frame. We design and collaborate with local enterprises who find work for women in rural Bangladesh. For example Kamuna, who manages our bead work division. Kamuna been in a wheelchair from birth and this project has enabled her to buy her own house where she lives with her husband and son.
Main body: white
Size: 24cm x 17 cmbag
The delivery options for this item are listed below (if it doesn't state 'Express delivery' then that option is not available for this product). As soon as you place your order, this small business will spring into action, get it ready and send it out... (and you can feel wonderful for supporting them).
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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 5th - 7th December
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Best known for the playful word handmade jute bags alongside homewares and embroidery, The Jacksons’ mission is to put smiles on faces. Our bags have introduced us to many new friends on tubes, beaches and planes – you never know where they are going to turn up and the conversations they will start.
Through our work with artisans in over 60 villages in Southern Bangladesh, we know that employment leads to independence, empowerment and status. This is why, for more than twelve years now, Louise and her team have been working relentlessly, designing products with a continual focus on the partnerships with our artisans and the environment.
All our jute bags and mats are made entirely from locally grown jute and are virtually carbon free. Indeed jute is one of those rare plants that can claim to have cleaned the air rather than polluted it!
We always have our friends and the planet at heart and we are striving to prove that mindful fashion is possible.