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Posted 2 weeks ago

A great bag is at the heart of every memorable travel experience. That’s what inspires Eva Marie Arts and Craft in making these high-quality, banig-inspired handbags. The basic material used to create these handbags is wild-grown Ticog grass, a soft but durable indigenous material. As a Samar-based brand, Eva Marie Arts and Craft offers a wide range of handwoven bags made of Ticog grass that is common in the area. This abundance also enabled them to produce other accessory pieces such as mats, home decors and accessories, room dividers, ceiling panels, furniture mattings, throw pillows, and more. Enhance your lifestyle and grab these handcrafted products at select Go Lokal stores or visit their Facebook page at Let us do our part in making the economy stronger. #FilipinoHands #CertifiedLokalista #DTIGoLokal #iamDTIph #BoostMSMEs #BuyLocalGoLokal

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