Gemma Tea S bag
As part of the La Mansa collection, the Gemma bag is characterized by being a hand-woven and dyed product using the double crochet and half-double-triple techniques carried out by Malagasy artisans, a small community on the island of Madagascar. For their creation, they use natural and sustainable fibers, mainly from the raffia tree, which grows in the middle of the island's tropical forest. The Malagasy people use the fibers collected from these trees to traditionally weave baskets and hats. Once treated, the fiber is soft, flexible, strong, durable, easy to dye, does not shrink when wet, and is biodegradable. The origin of the design of this bag took place in Australia.
- keep the bag dry
- In the event of a stain, clean with a damp cloth in hot water and then dry to maintain the properties of the natural raffia.
- sun dried
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