Tipuamuntumirri Leather Clutch w Wrist Strap
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These beautifully, hand-embroidered leather clutches are perfect for carrying the essentials: your phone, keys, cards and money. The vibrant, embroidered designs can be used as a fun, bold statement accessory to amp up your outfit. The handcrafted element means that each clutch is unique and one-of-a-kind. They keep your valuables safe with a secure quality zip, and include the helpful addition of a removable wrist strap.
Style: Leather Clutch w Wrist Strap
Materials: 100% leather
Washing: mix a solution of warm water and dish soap. Dip and wring out a soft cloth and wipe the exterior surfaces of the clutch. Using a clean, damp cloth, wipe off the soap and dry the clutch with a towel. The warm, soapy water will help to remove scuffs and water stains.
Dimensions: 14cm (H) x 22.5cm (W)
Artist: Jane Margaret Tipuamuntumirri
Muputi is the Tiwi word for Fish or many Fish. Fish is a common source of food in the Tiwi Islands. Typically Salmon and Barramundi are the most commonly found around the Tiwi Islands usually caught in a fishing net with live bait.
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MEET THE ARTIST
Better World Art Artists
Arnhem Land, Central & Western Desert regions
Better World Artists are a collection of Australian Aboriginal artists from remote communities across Australia. They collaborate with traditional artisans from remote regions in Kashmir, Peru, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and Nepal to create beautiful hand crafted products.