Adinkra Design Hand Woven Bags And Baskets From Bolga, Ghana: Fair Trade For Sale
FAIR TRADE HANDBAG FROM BOLGATANGA, GHANA
offerding on a new Bolga Bag. This beautiful African handbag was hand woven from
grasses that were dyed with natural plant colors. This Bolga Bag is accent with
a leather handle, with intricate designs. Also has an adjustable strap. This bag
may be used for shopping, as a baby bag, going to the beach, or to work.
Bolgatanga is a major city in Northern Ghana. Bolga bags have been made
here and the surrounding villages for centuries. It was originally made as a
sieve to be used in the production of a local drink called pito and as a market
bag. Outside influences have changed the uses and designs of the Bolga
bags are made of natural tropical grass locally known as elephant grass or the
technical name of “veta vera”.
Approx 14" wide, 12” height
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Adinkra Design Hand Woven Bags And Baskets From Bolga, Ghana: Fair Trade : $18