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Evil Eye Pouch XS

CHF59.00
CHF47.20 - 20%
Quantity
: 21
  • Small pouch with zipper. 

  • Size: 17 cm long x 10 cm wide. Tassel: 5 cm.

  • Ideal travel partner! Protects your glasses from scratches and stores make-up, writing utensils and more.

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Design inspired by popular believes
This design is based on the South American popular belief of the “Evil Eye”. In Spanish, “Mal de Ojo” denotes the idea that disapproving looks can cause harm to people, damage to their possessions or even death. The eye on the case serves as an amulet, to counteract people’s envy and evil glances.

Made in Venezuela
This clutch was lovingly handmade by Wayuu Indigenous peoples in Venezuela. In the 1970s, the Venezuelan tapestry was very popular. From the Fira de Barcelona to the MoMa Museum in New York, the Wayuu crafts could be admired in museums all over the world. The Indigenous peoples wind the yarn on a so-called weaver's shuttle and push the thread through the fabric. This time-consuming technique went out of fashion and many artisans lost a major source of income. The MAMA TIERRA design team has now revitalized the technique and design of these tapestries and transformed them into beautiful clutches and cushion covers which enjoy great popularity.

Empowering Indigenous women
MAMA TIERRA's vision is the self-determination of Indigenous women. For this purpose, our organization sells accessories crafted by Indigenous peoples and thereby offers  them existence-saving wages and financial independence. 

100% Polyacrylic yarn. Azo dye-free, Iso-Standard 9001: 2000. 

Design inspired by popular believes
This design is based on the South American popular belief of the “Evil Eye”. In Spanish, “Mal de Ojo” denotes the idea that disapproving looks can cause harm to people, damage to their possessions or even death. The eye on the case serves as an amulet, to counteract people’s envy and evil glances.

Made in Venezuela
This clutch was lovingly handmade by Wayuu Indigenous peoples in Venezuela. In the 1970s, the Venezuelan tapestry was very popular. From the Fira de Barcelona to the MoMa Museum in New York, the Wayuu crafts could be admired in museums all over the world. The Indigenous peoples wind the yarn on a so-called weaver's shuttle and push the thread through the fabric. This time-consuming technique went out of fashion and many artisans lost a major source of income. The MAMA TIERRA design team has now revitalized the technique and design of these tapestries and transformed them into beautiful clutches and cushion covers which enjoy great popularity.

Empowering Indigenous women
MAMA TIERRA's vision is the self-determination of Indigenous women. For this purpose, our organization sells accessories crafted by Indigenous peoples and thereby offers  them existence-saving wages and financial independence. 

100% Polyacrylic yarn. Azo dye-free, Iso-Standard 9001: 2000.