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Blue Ceci Tote by Catrinka

$195.00
Styling Notes:

Made in a classic shape, the real standout in this bag is the distinctive diamond pattern, inspired by a diamond brocade traditional to Chiapas in southern Mexico.  Wear with solids to let the pattern shine or be bold by mixing with other patterns.  Either way this unique hand-woven pattern will keep you connected to the women artisans who made it. 


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Textiles for the collection were handwoven by Mayan indigenous women weavers in Chiapas, Mexico. The bags were made by women in an ethical production group outside of Mexico City. The sale of each bag in the collection will provide a week of life ski
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Textiles for the collection were handwoven by Mayan indigenous women weavers in Chiapas, Mexico. The bags were made by women in an ethical production group outside of Mexico City. The sale of each bag in the collection will provide a week of life ski