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Turtle Batik Triangle Coin/Vanity Bag/Purse (Assorted colors) with Turtle Conservation Society

RM 9.90

Turtle Batik Pyramid Coin Purse Bag

 

Product details

These turtle motif batik coin pouch are 100% handmade by the women in the local communities. When you shop with us, you are also directly empowering these women and support the cause to protect river terrapin’s projects in Malaysia. 

 

Inspired by the zero waste initiative, TCS worked with the women in the village to produce these cute turtle batik coin bags. It is perfect for your loose change (bank notes or coins) and house/car keys, for a convenient reach. They are also great for your small items in your handbags such as lipstick, tissue or panty-liners. 

 

The coin bag is sturdy. It’s not soft type so that it can hold your coins and remain perfectly in shape. 

 

Design: Assorted turtle batik designs and colours

Dimension: >11cm (on the sides) x 8.5cm (height)

Length of string: 10cm (folded 5cm)

 

P/S: Please allow a difference of ~0.25" in measurements because these stones are hand-sewn.

 

Product benefits

  • Made by community from Turtle Conservation Society in Terengganu
  • Can also be used as vanity pouch or multipurpose bag


Turtle Conservation Society of Malaysia (TCS) was founded out of necessity in 2011 because co-founders Drs. Chan Eng Heng and Chen Pelf Nyok realised that there wasn’t an organisation or agency in charge of the tortoises and freshwater turtles in the country, despite being home to 18 species of native species.

 

TCS is the first non-governmental and non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation of freshwater turtles in Malaysia. The aim of the Society is to bring about the recovery of depleted wild populations of turtles, with particular reference to freshwater turtles, in Malaysia through partnerships with like-minded organisations, individuals and local communities as well as through its own programmes.


When you purchase turtle batik products from us, you are directly empowering the local womenfolk in Kg. Pasir Gajah because these products are sewn by them.