This bag from the Peruvian Andes is called a chuspa. It is woven from dyed cotton and
made entirely in Peru. The weaving has been done in strips. The bag is 6 inches tall and
6 inches wide. The shoulder strap is 21 inches. It is open at the top.
Chuspas are still used by the Peruvian people today to carry their coca leaves which they
chew on to resist the cold in the mountains.
I find this bag perfect to carry sacred objects such as the mesa stones of the intitiate or
other small meaningful objects.