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The Sakshi Ralli Quilted Shoulder Bag

Regular price $358.00
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The Sakshi Large Shoulder Bag holds all your daily needs. An inside zipper close pocket keeps your valuables safe, and cotton bias finishing highlights the geometric design. It features silver eyelets and ring hardware, a padded strap, and side logo patch. 

This bag is made from the same colors and quilt as the piece pictured, but the placement, and variation of the design may differ slightly from piece to piece. Each bag is completely one of a kind.

Made in Jaipur, India

About the Textiles Used: The Sakshi Large Shoulder Bag is made from rare antique Ralli quilts. Ralli quilts originate in Rajasthan Gujarat, and parts of Pakistan. They are made out of recycled clothing textiles, and embroidered by communities of women. Ralli quilts are typically given as gifts, for dowries, weddings, and for holy men. 

The original patina of the vintage fabric can include areas of fraying, patches and an age-softened feel. 

Fabric Composition: 100% Recycled Cotton 

Details & Sizing

Height: 14.5 inches
Width: 19 inches
Depth at Base: 8 1/4 inches
Handle Drop: 12 inches

Garment Care

Dry Clean Only

Shipping & Returns

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Free Returns

Free returns (within the US) on all items, subject to a $20 restock fee. Returns are accepted within 14 days of receiving your item. Returns for store credit with no restock fee can be made within 20 days of delivery.

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Sustainability

All Namai garments are designed in New York and handcrafted from third-generation vintage fabric in a small, family-run workshop in India by local artisans.

Read more about our commitment to sustainable, zero-waste design and ethical production.

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