A handpainted batik shoulder bag of a lovely Red-bellied parrot perched on a branch. Shades of blue for the background color and the quilting highlights the design.
Our very happy customer is 5'11"  and has the Red-bellied handpainted batik shoulder bag slung over her shoulder.  She is also wearing the African Grey handpainted batik jacket. You can see 2 of the 3 feathers batiked onto  a bottom front panel.

Red-bellied Parrot Handpainted Batik Shoulder Bag

Regular price $59.99 USD $44.99 USD Sale

25% OFF! A great Mother's Day gift!

A very special gift for the Red-bellied Parrot Lover!

Handpainted Batik! Not stamped or vat dyed!

Introducing one of our newest exquisitely handcrafted batik tote-style bags, Each one is lovingly batiked and handpainted by skilled artisans, making it a unique and elegant accessory that you will be proud to carry!

This exquisitely detailed tote-style bag showcases the lesser-known member of the Poicephalus family.  Artfully hand-painted with meticulous batik craftsmanship. This unique accessory captures the birds' subtle yet gorgeous plumage and brings a burst of tropical beauty to your everyday. Each bag is one-of-a-kind. 

Its spacious interior offers ample room to carry your essentials, be it for a day at the office, a weekend getaway, or afternoon shopping.

Carry this bag with pride, knowing that you possess a piece of lovely wearable art! 

Completely drawn & painted by hand using the wax-resist technique of batik 

  • Top zipper + inside a large zippered pocket 
  • Batiked onto cotton fabric
  • Liner - moisture-resistant polyester
    • Lightly quilted!  With polyester batting to give a 3D effect
    • Measurements: Approximately 15.75" across the middle, Slightly wider at the top, and narrower at the bottom. 17" tall. Drop-handle approx 13".

    Care instructions: Hand or machine wash in cool or warm water with similarly colored items. Hang to dry or in a dryer set to cool or warm.

    What is our batik process? Our batik technique, a revered art form originating from Indonesia, involves a meticulous process of wax-resist dyeing. We start with an artist tracing the design onto the fabric. Then he or she applies the hot wax to the fabric, using a special pen,  tracing the stunning bouquet of roses with intricate detailing and delicate petals. Subsequently, each leaf and petal is painted by hand, and some time along the way, the background color is applied. The fabric is then placed in the sun, to set the dyes. Later, it is immersed in boiling water to remove the wax and then dried in the sun. Afterward, it is carefully machine-sewn. 

    The end result is a vibrant, mesmerizing psittacine masterpiece that you will be proud to take anywhere. 



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