Hook, from the Náhuatl "advance". Clutch bag. Includes removable chain.
NOTE: Design patterns on silk may vary due to different parts of the fabric being taken. Each piece is unique.
exterior: 60% cowhide leather 40% silk interior (cover): 100% cowhide leather lining: 100% polyester
4.5 x 7.6cm x 1.5 in
Design inspired by wild mushrooms, which stand out for their unique shapes, colors, flavors and smells. In Mexico, the diversity of its ecosystems favored the presence of a great variety of wild fungi. In ancient Mexico there were more than 100 native groups that named and used mushrooms on a daily basis. Among the uses that were given to them are: For consumption, the medicinal and ceremonial use of some neurotropic mushrooms to create a link with the divine and as a magical-religious practice in some festivities. Mexico ranks second in the world with more than 371 species of edible wild mushrooms.