Braided triangle bag to continue the Amis rope tied to the end of rattan techniques, coupled with three-dimensional structure of the bag body, is a simple and with the thickness of the style accessories.
This is a simplistic daily bag with sculptural lines and Taiwanese indigenous one-thread woven handle. Uniquely dyed color, sized to fit all your daily stuff.
Product Size: 40 x 24 x 12 (cm)
Material: 16oz Taiwan woven cotton canvas, vegetable tanned Italian leather
Cane plays a decisive role in Taiwan craftsmanship. In the tribal traditional craft at the port of East Coast of Taiwan, rattan and bamboo are the work of Amis men. Common techniques of rattan and bamboo are common in traditional house and pillars, which is important for stabilizing the structure of buildings material. Before we went to visit the grandchildren to study rattan, Grandpa opened the warehouse to introduce to us and found that there are many different uses of rattan daily necessities, every Grandpa has its own collection of antiques for decades, we call the "grandfather Treasure Store. "
However, because of the changing architectural style of the times, many rattan and bamboo knitting have gradually disappeared. However, details of the rattan and bamboo made on the living utensils and in the artistic creation will still be seen in the port tribe. Therefore, we must take Learn these precious techniques.
Considering the more and more difficult to harvest yellow cane, in recent years more than plastic strap replacement, we use the same toughness and flexibility with the rattan leather, accompanied by three-dimensional cut design structure, with simple and clean living accessories to continue the tribal tradition Weaving process.
Kamaro'an in Ami means "living down." On the one hand, the representative products are handmade by tribal young people. We hope to increase some local job opportunities and allow tribal young people to return home to live ; The other meaning is representative, Kamaro'an do is home life products and accessories, from a life perspective to bring you know more tribal technology and culture.
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