Hmong Large Carry Bag 1
- Product Code: CHG-SHL1690100
- Availability: In Stock
A large carry bag that is made from good quality Hmong baby carrier and is adorned with coins, Lisu tribe multi-coloured pom poms and metal balls. The front of the bag is made from a very fine Hmong embroidered baby carrier and there is a zip closure and one interior zipped pocket.
The Hmong are an ethnic group from the mountainous regions of China, Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand. Hmong textile art (Paj ntau or Paj ntaub, meaning "flower cloth" in the Hmong language) is closely related to practices of other ethnic minorities in China, the embroidery consisting of bold geometric designs often realized in bright, contrasting colors. Different patterns and techniques of production are associated with geographical regions and cultural subdivisions within the global Hmong community. Traditionally, the embroidery was applied to skirts worn for courtship during New Year festivals, as well as baby-carriers, and men's collars.
37cm wide x 46cm high.