Rhoda handbag

This unusual handbag has been created c.2009 by textile designer Sarah Bayley, a designer based in Falmouth, Cornwall. The bag has been made by combining weaving, knotting and tying techniques and has been constructed using milk bottle tops, shower hosing, a CD and waste from the pharmaceutical packaging industry. The latter is a result of overproduction therefore unused but nevertheless destined for landfill.
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Country
UK
Date
2009
Dimensions
height 345 mm, diameter 235 mm
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Object Number
AIBDC : 005902
Rights: Images on this site are for non-commercial, educational use only. MoDiP has included images of this object with permission from Sarah Bayley.