Large Handira Fragment Pouch

Large Handira Fragment Pouch

Large Handira Fragment Pouch

Description

Jewels designed these larger pouches for her runway line of jewelry.  (Curious??  We daresay, only for collectors, or the sophisticated fashionista.)  We digress.  Anyhow, the fabric is Madeline Weinrib painted cotton inspired by her frequent visits to Morocco.  Jewels collects old handiras (capes or wearing blankets) and wedding blankets made and used by the Berber.  Some are already in pieces so she reuses them for her pouches.  Jewels is innately an environmentalist, maybe learned from a lifetime of travel and love affair with ethnographic peoples and arts.  Environmentalist is the term for westerners who care.  Tribal and other ethnographic groups are typically in the habit of reusing materials, not taking for granted the material things found, purchased and given.

A limited Jewels’ design. No two exact

Approximately 10 x 8.5″

$45.00

In stock

Description

Jewels designed these larger pouches for her runway line of jewelry.  (Curious??  We daresay, only for collectors, or the sophisticated fashionista.)  We digress.  Anyhow, the fabric is Madeline Weinrib painted cotton inspired by her frequent visits to Morocco.  Jewels collects old handiras (capes or wearing blankets) and wedding blankets made and used by the Berber.  Some are already in pieces so she reuses them for her pouches.  Jewels is innately an environmentalist, maybe learned from a lifetime of travel and love affair with ethnographic peoples and arts.  Environmentalist is the term for westerners who care.  Tribal and other ethnographic groups are typically in the habit of reusing materials, not taking for granted the material things found, purchased and given.

A limited Jewels’ design. No two exact

Approximately 10 x 8.5″