This beautiful item is the stylish lady’s Comalapa Clutch Bag. Perfect for all occasions that will go with every outfit, for casual day wear or night out with the girls. It has a intricate textile design, unique to the Guatemalan Region of Comalapa, a town rich in history. With ample space for your cash, phone and accessories, this Clutch Bag will the perfect addition to your wardrobe. The Clutch Bag was born in the 1920’s and known more commonly as the ‘Pochette’. They were the height of fashion of that era. Sleek and sharp, the clutch bags were reflective of the women of the time. Still maintaining that image today, we at Hide & Drink wanted to add our own little touch to this great accessory with our handmade decorative exterior in the style of the Guatemalan traditional Mayan textile. As one of our most popular products, this is a must have for your favorite outfit. Comalapa is a town just north west of the capital city of Guatemala, and was the scene of epic battles between the Mayan indigenous people and the colonial Spanish in the 16th century. Known as the “Florence of Guatemala”, its community bears an attitude that allows weavers the freedom of expression to make each textile a unique personal work of art, and the town is also well known for its primitive, naïf paintings. Some of the most complex and beautiful textile designs come from this region, and this Comalapa Clutch Bag is no exception. Our canvas comes from the highly respected supplier Lonas Segovia, the oldest canvas maker in Guatemala. The seams are sewn using bonded nylon thread with a burned and melted finish offering no loose ends during your travel.

Product Features

  • Handwoven Guatemalan Típico Textiles Using Backstrap Loom Method
  • Elegantly Combined with Full Grain Leather
  • Unique Guatemalan Design From Comalapa Region
  • Perfect For All Occasions
  • Handy Wrist Strap

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