Mud Cloth Clutch, with brass hardware + zipper, leather tie and cotton lining.
Handmade in Monterey byMikaela Bianchi.
Mud Cloth or bogolanfini, is an ancient Malian (West African) textile dating back to the 12th century. Traditionally, it involves coarse, hand-spun cotton strips going through a long series of dyeing processes - first in a bath with leaves and branches, then numerous dye cycles in fermented mud (hence the name) - to achieve minimalist, symbolic designs.
Care instructions: Spot clean with a damp rag.
Dimensions: 6 inch x 8 inch
Pictured: Dark = charcoal background with cream geometric jaws || Light = cream background with charcoal geometric dashes.
Notes: Bags are handmade, measurements and and colors have slight variations. Please note that Mikaela chooses different pieces of the mud cloth for each bag, thus your clutch will not be exactly as photographed.