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Ate handbag, 'Batik Sun'
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Ate handbag, 'Batik Sun'
Bright suns illuminate the symmetrical patterns in this hand-woven ate handbag. The bag's original design is by Bali's Nengah Danantara and features a batik lining in warm brown hues.
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