This item has full embroidery on the front, and solid black fabric on the back. It has a zipper closure on the top. This small coin purse is great for cash, change and a few credit cards. It also works well as a wallet for smaller evening bags. This handcrafted wallet measures 4cm x 6cm and weighs 32 grams.
History of Palestinian Embroidery
Once a traditional craft practiced by village women, Palestinian embroidery has become an important symbol of Palestinian culture.
The popularity of embroidery springs both from its beauty and its association with Palestinian culture and history and dates back to the region more than 3,000 years ago.
Traditionally, embroidery was the principal decoration of rural Palestinian women's clothing. It was part of a village woman's daily routine and a means of showing off her personal skills and social identity. The various colors, patterns and styles of dress reflected a woman's social standing, marital status and wealth.