Pre-order: Big market bag Dorcas
Our big market bag is a dream piece handwoven from natural Veta Vera grass by the ASIGE women in Bolgatanga, Ghana. With love crafted in our own Zazi pattern with a half moon shape and spacious interior.
This item is on pre-order and the estimated delivery is mid-October 2021.
- Handwoven Veta Vera grass
- Colour beige (natural)
- Zazi handmade pattern - as each bag is handmade, small differences may occur.
- Half moon shaped with wings
- Size: H 37,5 cm x W 45 cm x D 22 cm
- Length of handles: 32 cm
Each bag is handmade by our partner ASIGE in Bolgatanga, Ghana and named after its founder Dorcas. Its intricate weaving process takes up to 12 days to complete and involves many steps - from collecting and preparing the straw to weaving and careful finishing. We hope that you feel the craftsmanship and love that is woven into every piece.
When it comes to running a small company with purpose, there are so many costs that are both unseen and seen. From renting our Zazi world in the heart of Amsterdam to the worldwide creatives we work with every day. From the most talented pattern makers, photographers, muses to the endless calls to perfection every co-creation up to the smallest seem. From our community work of tracking your order to packing them with love, and a little note before it arrives with you.
- Handmade materials - € 10,58
- Artisan’s work - € 54,61
- NGO Administrative fee - € 4,80
- NGO mark up - € 13,99
- Shipping to Europe - € 15,00
- Customs- € -
- Design fees - € 3,50
- Marketing fees - € 5,00
- Shipping to you - € 20,00
- Saree bags and packaging - € 11,50
- Payment fees - € 9,00
- Country tax - € 50,33
- Zazi working costs* - € 88,49
- Wholesale mark up - € 0
- Lots of love - € 0
- Total price - € 290,-
*Our co-creations are a process of months of calls and love letters to our partners to get to know them and their stories. Two teams of women coming together from far corners of the world to create products made with the intentionality to truly connect you to the stories interwoven in them. If there is money left by the end of this process, it is directly invested into a new community so we can slowly grow this company step by step.
We hope you feel the love we weave through every garment.