The Bali rattan bags & housewares series are handwoven from Ata grass, also known as "ketak". It's a native reed vine mainly found in Bali Province Indonesia.
Ata reed is one of the finest and toughest wild vines in the world, which makes the handwoven Ata rattan bag strong and durable.
Also, all clips and straps of the bags we used are made of real leather. The button clips are well woven to the body of the bag, which make it strong and firm, not easy to get detached.
Learn more about how a Bali rattan bag is made.