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by Matamba Artesanal - Colombia

Rosa Bucket Bag

Original price $229.00 - Original price $229.00
Original price
$229.00 - $229.00
Current price $229.00
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The Rosa Bucket Bag is an open cylindrical bag woven from natural iraca palm fiber in the traditional basketry technique. Handmade and co-created by a group of women artisans from Sandoná, a small town located in Nariño, south Colombia, it mixes tradition with innovation in a stylish twist.

The perfect evening or lunch accessory to store a few essentials, the bag is enriched by a beautiful pompom strap and earthy colors that make it truly unique.

Natural Iraca Fiber

Length: 16" (40cm)
Height: 14" (35cm)
Width: 6" (14cm)
Weight: 0.33lb (0.15kg)


This product is ready-to-ship and will be delivered to you within 10-14 business days.

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If for any reason, you are unhappy with the item you ordered, you have 14 days to return or exchange it, as long as it is unused and is in perfect condition. Return shipping is free for orders above $100, and at the customer’s expense for orders below $100.
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  • We recommend storing this piece in a cool and dry place, avoiding direct light exposure, as this can discolor the natural fibers.
  • Avoid contact with water, excessive humidity or heat.
  • To remove stains, use a damp soapy cloth and allow to dry very well.
  • Matamba Artesanal

    Industrial designer Jennibeth Iguarán and textile designer Juanita Gil worked together for four years with Colombian artisanal communities before branching out to set up their own brand, Matamba Artesanal, in 2020. Thanks to their close personal relationship with several master artisans, Jennibeth & Juanita co-create slick and timeless designs of tote bags, backpacks, and clothing, using ancestral techniques like crocheting and loom weaving, which helps preserve the artisans’ culture and identity while striking a careful balance between tradition and innovation.
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