Glass Seed bead zipper purses with vintage hotel room key fob tags. Inspired by the type you’d find in roadside souvenir shops in 40s-70s. Coin purses were a staple in summer camps for the last century - kids packed change to spend in the camp commissary to buy postcards & stamps to write home. Change bags were also common in the roadside souvenir shops of a bygone era. Most people don’t carry change purses anymore; they’ve outlived their usefulness in all practical terms. Which is why we have a soft spot for them.
Ours come in varying designs & patterns, but we tried to curate more abstract geometric patterns. We found them at a makers market while on our family vacation last year. David is a Hernandez, a common name for a family from the rural countryside outside of Morelia. These remind him of the vibrant colors of the simple gifts “Nanna” would bring back from her annual trips home to Mexico.
➕ Bag measures 4.25" x 3"
➕ Made in USA
➕ Fully lined with zipper closure