Leather Clutch Bag W/Wrist Strap - Walka - Tjulpun Tjulpunpa (Wildflowers From The Bush) Design
This leather clutch bag with wrist strap is a cross cultural project, designed in Australia and handmade in Kashmir.
The design is applied to the leather by Kashida, one of the oldest Kashmiri handicrafts. It is applied to the leather by hand with the help of a small "aari" hand tool similar to a crochet hook. The clutch bag contains bright satin lining, with a small zipper pocket inside for smaller items, and a wrist strap to leave you hands free.
This design is owned by Daisybell Tjalumi Kulyuru.
Daisybell describes this painting as Walka. Walka is any meaningful mark or pattern and may be an image on a cave wall, on rock, or on sand, and has cultural and ritual significance. This painting depicts tjulpun - tjulpunpa, wildflowers from the bush. They can be seen in all forms throughout the lands, especially after heavy rainfall.
Approx. 15cm x 23cm