Qhapaq Women's Accessory Set - bag and change purse
Qhapaq Women's Accessory Set - bag and change purse
Qhapaq Women's Accessory Set - bag and change purse
Qhapaq Women's Accessory Set - bag and change purse
Qhapaq Women's Accessory Set - bag and change purse
Qhapaq Women's Accessory Set - bag and change purse
Qhapaq Women's Accessory Set - bag and change purse
Qhapaq Women's Accessory Set - bag and change purse
Qhapaq Women's Accessory Set - bag and change purse
Qhapaq Women's Accessory Set - bag and change purse
Qhapaq Women's Accessory Set - bag and change purse
Qhapaq Women's Accessory Set - bag and change purse

Qhapaq Women's Accessory Set - bag and change purse

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100% Wool and Leather Crossbody Bag – Made by Hand in Peru

  • Size: crossbody bag - 23 x 30 x 5.5 cm; change purse - 
  • Fibre: 100% naturally-dyed wool and alpaca fiber; locally sourced natural sheep leather; cotton poplin lining; in-set metal zipper closure
  • Styles: Coral, Ocean and Salt
Black Friday Holiday Weekend Special!
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: QHAPAQ CROSSBODY BAG + MATCHING QHAPAQ LEATHER CHANGE PURSE

Limited time offer - get our Qhapaq crossbody bag and matching leather change purse for just $150!

Now's your chance to snap up this great holiday offer. Our crossbody bag is extremely versatile with its fold-over clutch style design. The textile was intricately woven by hand in 100% wool and alpaca fiber, and then finished with a leather bottom and strap. The matching change purse additionally features a metal zip with fun pompom pull.

Feel like royalty as you bring home a taste of Peru (Qhapaq means "royal" in Quechua!), and know that your purchase has supported indigenous artisans from the Andean highlands of Peru, keeping their culture alive. 

WHO MADE THIS PERUVIAN CROSSBODY BAG & LEATHER CHANGE PURSE SET?

The textile for this bag and change purse was woven by the Munay Urpi association of weavers in Huaran, and were sewn up by the incredible young mothers at Proyecto Mantay, a local NGO that helps pregnant teenage women raise healthy children and learn useful skills.