We all belong to a tribe, and often to multiple tribes over our lifetimes. Jay Ahr’s Tribal series celebrates the incredible diversity of traditional culture, craftsmanship and creativity from all over the globe.
The Kuba Kingdom flourished in Central Africa between the 17th and 19th centuries in the heart of modern-day Democratic Republic of Congo. Kuba textiles are renowned for the complexity of design and bold geometric patterns, traditionally made using woven cloth from the Raffia palm.
This bag is a vintage Hermès Kelly Sellier 28 cast in the classic Noir, first produced in 2001. Detailed with gold plated hardware. It comes with a detachable clochette with two encased keys and a padlock. The bag stands tall on protective feet and is carried by a single padded top handle. The smooth box calf leather gives a glossy finish yet firm hold creating the structural lines synonymous with the Sellier.
DetailsModel: Kelly Sellier