Khare
Khare
Khare
Khare

Khare 001

$287.00

Classy Handcrafted Leather Handbag.

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Khare is a handcrafted, ladies handbag made with layers of different colors of leather to showcase the rich and dynamic cultures of the African people. Its lining is the shweshwe fabric, a special type of cloth gifted to the founder of the Lesotho nation, King Moshoeshoe I, in 1840 by French Missionaries.

The bag is handcrafted using the finest leather, which is a by-product of the food industry. The special production process of Khare means that each bag has a distinctive, individual color and its own story with unique distinctions of leather.  The final product is a collaboration of local artisans who use recycled brass, those who utilize specialized leather finishing techniques, and women and youth co-creating our products.

Its dimension are L13.5, D5, W18, inches. The exterior is made with high quality, sturdy and durable pull-up leather, while the interior has a strong, durable yet soft cotton lining. Its fastening is of high quality and heavy duty YKK zippers. It comes in tan, dark brown, chest but and black.

The bag comes with detachable strap and can be adjusted at the most suitable length.  It has with a short brass handle which makes it even more comfortable and classy to carry.

Made to Order. 1 piece available.


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