These bags were made in the 1960s by hippies in Maine. Each one was created by hand and no two were alike. When you see one in person, you understand why: they were total free-form designs, very earthy but also extravagant, often embellished with semi-precious stones (as this one is).
They perfectly jive with my most favorite look: rich hippie. Green suede, black leather and semi-precious stones. This one is unique in both size and its sense of drama. The bag measures 14" x 13" (has a zipper closure and inside pocket for convenience) but the elaborate front panel is larger, measuring 21" x 16". I've collected and sold Erdas for many years and have never seen one as exceptional as this.