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Sisal and Leather African Sling Bag, with Rust, Brown, and Cream Horizontal Stripes and Vertical Stitching

Sisal and Leather African Sling Bag, with Rust, Brown, and Cream Horizontal Stripes and Vertical Stitching

Regular price $65.00 USD
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This African handmade sling bag is known as a Kiondo and is constructed from sisal, with leather trimmings. They are indigenous to the Kikuyu and Kamba communities of Kenya. These versatile bags have been lovingly made, and are a must-have for any wardrobe. They also make thoughtful gifts! Uses include purse, shopping bag, beach bag, travel bag, etc.


Materials: Sisal, leather, cotton, lined with black nylon, and closed with a matching nylon zipper.

Dimensions: (Note – Due to the handmade nature of the materials these bags are constructed from, and variations between individual artisans, these sizes are approximate)  

Bag: 12 inches x 9 inches

Adjustable leather straps: 18 inches to 22 inches long (perfect for across the body)


36-inch necklace features assorted 6 – 7 mm silky white fresh-water pearls accented by the shimmer of  silver beads. that very in size



Care information

Silver Plate

If your silver-plated jewelry has lost much of its luster, it's time to give it a proper clean. Mixing up a solution of lukewarm water and mild dish soap will do the trick, as will a lint-free cloth. After submerging the piece for several minutes, lightly rub it with the cloth to remove all dirt and grime. Finally, rinse off the jewelry under warm water and dry with another lint-free cloth.

Silver polishing is the best way to keep silver looking like new. If your silver plated jewelry has tarnished, soap and water does not always give your shine back. We recommend a little silver polish with a clean soft rag gently rub and rinse with warm soapy water


Store your pearl in a soft bag, away from other jewelry. Wipe it down after use with a soft cloth. Avoid contact with perfume or lotion because the chemicals can damage the pearl and its luster. Do not wear pearls in water as this can impact their appearance and quality.

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