Hiran Vegan Raffia Oriental Water Hyacinth Purse Eco-Friendly Straw Mini Bag
This bag was handcrafted with care by our fantastic team in Thailand, and it takes our skilled craftsmen in Thailand an average of fifteen to twenty-four hours to hand weave each water hyacinth bag by hand. Each of our handbags and accessories is woven by hand by our talented craftspeople, who do it with an idealised version of you in mind. The artists who make up our team are very passionate about their work and committed to perfecting their skills.
The creation of our bags utilises a variety of environmentally friendly materials, like water hyacinth and krajood seagrass, to name just two of those components. The plant is then dried and turned into the straw, which is used by skilled Thai craftsmen to make your brand-new, handmade bag with a finely woven design.
Craftsmen who have received training in Thailand employ hand-dyed and hand-woven natural wicker straws, water sedges, and krajood seagrass in their work. After that, the native weavers' methods, which have been handed down from generation to generation, are blended with these materials to create the final product.
Both the north and the south of Thailand have a long history of the art of weaving, but unfortunately, the majority of individuals in Thailand who manufacture hand-woven bags don't generate enough money to sustain themselves. The Thai Bag Company is working hard to have a significant impact on the quality of life for those living in Thailand's rural villages. We would want to help them out and keep the tradition of making bags alive.
Because invasive plant species like water hyacinth and seagrass are present in Thailand's canals and waterways, a number of issues that were previously unsolvable have now become apparent. The water channel is hampered by the overgrown vegetation, which increases the risk that the region will be inundated. Villagers in Thailand who have been weaving for years have come up with a whole new way to make gorgeous water hyacinth bags out of the plant itself.
People in Thailand are responsible for skillfully weaving each pattern using tried-and-true techniques that have been handed down from one generation to the next for the purpose of creating bags.
All of the handwoven bag goods that we sell are delivered either by the monitored EMS Thailand Post services or the airfreight courier services of DHL International Worldwide. The amount of time it takes for an item to be shipped straight from Thailand to a consumer anywhere on the globe may vary anywhere from five to ten days, depending on where in the world the customer is situated.
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