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Gold and silver sequin clutch. Ethnic envelope wallet. Carryall wallet.Indian dressy Clutch purse bag. Wedding twofold wallet. From Artkrti.

$75.00 USD

Brand Artikrti

Sequins- gold and silver handcrafted onto a bed of silk. A handmade, perfect carryall wallet that could be held in your hand or dropped into your handbag.

Zippered side sleeve for keys, coins and yet another sleeve for your dollar bills. With sleeves on the other side to hold your fame, wealth and freedom- biz card, credit cards & driver's licence. And maybe, just maybe... manage to slip in even your champagne colored iPhone5 [Naked, minus the case please].

You are pretty much 'good-to-go'. Whether you are stepping out for Oscar night or girls' nite-out at Moxies or even to go with that 'wedding look', when your best friend is going to walk down the aisle.

Give your ensemble that ethnic, snazzy, dressy, classy Bollywoodesque touch.

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India’s textile & fabric traditions go down centuries- the talent of the craftsman and his dedication to his craft, passed on from one generation to another. A weave, a mix of colors, a design or a motif, a print, a piece of applique work- each a labor of love for the artisan

Artikrti’s [meaning 'artistic creations'] mission is to take the fascinating kaleidoscope that is India and get the world outside to experience it. And add a stroke of beauty that’s different, to each woman’s life- to her personal beauty and her home.

Thank you for dropping by. In true Indian tradition, we hope your visit to Artikrti was a pleasurable one and we do hope to see you again in the future.

You may find our Facebook page interesting. It is about "Inviting India"- all things that make up the enchanting land. http://www.facebook.com/Artikrti


The fine print:
Measures 7" by 3.5" [Folded size].
Colors may vary from the digital photograph above

Do check out the Artikrti Culture Connect Blog, right here on this website. Link is right on top. It talks about all things India, the quaint and beautify things that make India what it is. A bridge to wander over, from any part of the world, to get to know & experience India.