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Traditional Ethnic Design Embroidered Indian Rajasthan Style Tote Ladies Sling Cotton Handbag by Krishna Mart India, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005GT71OI/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_HJMiqb0CBYAJE

(SKU no: Traditional Ethnic Design Embroidered Indian Rajasthan Style Tote Ladies Sling Cotton Handbag, Krishna Mart India

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Carolina Herrera, Evening Ensemble fall/winter (detail) The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Striking ankara tote bag - cotton sourced from West Africa - Intricate fringe tassle detail - Colourful and eye catching - Practical, the perfect companion

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Handmade Velvet Fringe Bag Gypsy Hippie Boho Hobo Ibiza Festival Purse tmyers in Clothing, Shoes Accessories, Womens Handbags Bags, Handbags Purses

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Muffedisser i merinolam, ræv og mink. Fur cuffs in merinolam, fox and mink with old Indian embroidery from Rajastan. Handmade by Jane Eberlein, Samarkand, Copenhagen, Denmark. www.samarkand.dk

Muffedisser i merinolam, ræv og mink. Fur cuffs in merinolam, fox and mink with old Indian embroidery from Rajastan. Handmade by Jane Eberlein, Samarkand, Copenhagen, Denmark. www.samarkand.dk

Embroidered Indian bags! Saw similar ones in Mexico, should have gotten one :-(

Embroidered Indian bags! Saw similar ones in Mexico, should have gotten one :-(

Pelstaske af ræv, m. Indisk håndbroderi. Bag / Purse, made of yellow dyed fox and old Indian handembroidery. Old tassels from Miao Tribe in North Thailand. Handmade by Jane Eberlein, Samarkand, Copenhagen, Denmark. www.samarkand.dk

Pelstaske af ræv, m. Indisk håndbroderi. Bag / Purse, made of yellow dyed fox and old Indian handembroidery. Old tassels from Miao Tribe in North Thailand. Handmade by Jane Eberlein, Samarkand, Copenhagen, Denmark. www.samarkand.dk

This cloth comes from Hungary and was made by a family member, probably in the late 19th century. It looks pretty well preserved at first glance. The characteristic red thread has faded a bit but  whoever stitched it had a confident hand and the embroidery is beautiful.

Embroidered cloth from Hungary probably late century ~ characteristic red thread ~ surface embroidery

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