Materials: leather, jari silk fabric, textile lining.
2 handles, zipper, 3 inside pockets including 1 zipped.
Dimensions (width x height including handles x thickness): 31 x 45 x 18 cm approximately.
The "Jari" thread ("Zari" in northern India) is a fine gold or silver thread that was traditionally used to make richly decorated garments in India. It was woven into silk fabrics to make very intricate patterns in brocades, for example in sarees. Nowadays the gold threads are usually replaced by synthetic metallised threads.?
Due the uniqueness of indian fabrics and the diversity of the patterns of the material used, this handbag is a unique piece.