This gorgeous, oversized envelope clutch bag is made of brightly-colored, antique hand-embroidered cotton and silk textiles. It's named after the Pashtun Kuchi tribe in Afghanistan, who have led a nomadic lifestyle for over 3000 years: Kuchi comes from the Persian word koch, meaning 'migration.' Embody that traveling spirit while wearing this stunning creation. Due to their fabulous origin, each clutch is truly unique and as such may differ from the images shown.
Made in India. It features a magnetic closure and black canvas lining with an interior zip. Features rupee coins, tribal jewelry pieces and mirror embellishments. This clutch can be folded two ways for variation in size.
Tem Jal sources many of its jewelry embellishments from Kuchi artisans.
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