Tatami Club Bag
A simple purse, but with plenty of space. Two natural tatami panels are joined with black fabric which expands up to 4 inches (10 cm).
- Zippered top closure
- Long shoulder/cross-body strap
- Interior open pocket
- Interior zippered pocket
- One year warranty against defects in manufacture
Baskets of Cambodia was started in 1996 and quickly became the first major overseas exporter of baskets in Cambodia. In 1997, there was a coup and change of power in government. Throughout this time, Baskets of Cambodia not only operated but also expanded to it's current level, employing over four hundred artisans throughout Cambodia. Baskets of Cambodia supplies some of the world’s finest baskets and purses in any price range.
All of our products are made from organic grasses, free of any herbicide or pesticide treatment. We make a point to ensure that our product has a low impact on the surrounding environment and people connected to it.
Our baskets are made from a fast growing reed grass called “la peuk.” This particular grass grows through out Cambodia. Because we believe in sustainable harvest, we leave enough of the natural grass to ensure it’s return the following year, but also take enough to help manage the land it’s growing on.
None of BOC raw materials are subject to artificial irrigation instead, they depend completely on the seasonal rains.
The dyes that we use on our products are certified non-toxic dyes by the European Union. We are continuing to strive to make our dues 100% natural, while also ensuring the quality of the dye.
Baskets of Cambodia has always provided an upward bias in favor of our workers in Cambodia. This is perhaps the primary reason our baskets and purses are as extraordinary as they are. We provide a healthcare safety net program, yearly dividends, and schooling options in varying degrees depending on the level of participation of our makers in Cambodia. All these things contribute to produce a quality product that reflects the satisfaction and the growing esteem of our talented makers.
Treat this purse the way you would treat any fine accessory or piece of leather. While extended dampness can damage the purse, occasional exposure to rain or the elements is easily addressed by drying the purse inside. Cleaning can be done lightly with a damp cloth or vegetable brush. Scrub only very lightly to loosen any debris. Please do not over-pack this purse as sharp edges can damage the natural grass.
If you follow these guidelines, this purse is guaranteed for 1 year from the date of purchase against all defects in materials or workmanship. With normal use, it should last for years.