Chadwa Crossbody


This fetching one-of-a-kind shoulder bag is crafted using patchwork antique hand-embroidered cotton and silk textiles. Featuring gorgeous mirror embellishment and burnished rupee coins, the Chadwa Crossbody is named after a Muslim community found in the Indian state of Rajasthan, known for their cloth-dying skills in a specific style known as chadwi. The Chadwa depend on chadwi—one of the most famous crafts of Rajasthan—and other hand-dying techniques as their main source of income. Due to their fabulous origin, each bag is truly unique.