Clutch bag with embroidery inspired by Greek Tradition
Delivery informationThe delivery of the products is performed by the company EltaCourier in Greece and is free of charge. The expected delivery time is 1 to 5 business days, depending on the availability of the stock. The time of delivery is calculated depending on the order. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee the speed of delivery by the courier company. However, we always do our best, in order to deliver your order as soon as possible.
Cash on Delivery (Greece)The payment choice of "Cash on Delivery" is offered only for deliveries within Greece. There is no extra charge. If you wish to choose this payment method, you must send an e-mail message for the copy of the code and the options of the product you wish to buy.
International deliveriesFor Europe and Ireland, in 7-10 business days. Worldwide, in 8-12 business days.
Return policyYou have the right to return your order entirely or part of it within 7 business days from the day you received it, without having any obligation to inform us about the reason of return of your order. In this case, you will be solely charged with the direct cost of return of the product. In case the reason for the return of a product is a company error, we undertake to cover the cost of return of the product. For the return of a product, you must complete and send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, stating the date of order and the number of the order within the exclusive period of (7) days. A necessary condition is that the product must be returned in its initial package and at the same perfect state as when you received it along with the relevant payment receipt, including the special signs (labels) of the product.
Handmade black velvet clutch made by silver silk thread embroidery, from traditional Greek knitting.
The design is inspired by ancient Greek geometrical patterns found in the island of Delos.
Measurements at widest points:
Width: 18 cm
Height: 10 cm
Depth: 5 cm
Women in Skyros have been embroidering multicoloured designs since Ancient times. This skill has kept the design elements of Greek folk art alive, and we have chosen the most imaginative and typically Skyrian designs to create our CLUTCH BAGS. So, thanks to Greek traditions, you can enjoy a bag which exudes that special elegance at any occasion.
In Greece, the Mati (eye) actually dates all the way back to the 6th Century B.C in ancient times. The process of casting away the evil eye is called “xematiasma” and is made up of a specific set of rituals. It all starts with the incantation, which is then recited three times. If the person is afflicted with the evil eye, both parties, the person who has it and the healer, will begin to yawn. Aside from that, rituals can differ according to the family, the region, and the situation in which the Greek evil eye (mati) occurred.
The evil eye (mati) is most certainly a part of the Greek culture and learning what you can about it is the way to go! Here,on a clutch bag!!