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One of a kind is cliché to most, but for Anuschka™ it is pure definition. The meaning of the word for Anuschka is “like no other,” and that is exactly what their handbags are. The beginning was as authentic a story as you could imagine. During the 1980s, Anuschka was created, and its hand-painted accessories were designed by the family of founder Swapan Basu, his wife Roma, and son Bhaskar. Journeying all the way from the hands of people in India to the hands of people in the USA, you still get the same unique quality in each piece.
Anuschka leathers share the same individuality as the line itself. The cowhide comes in many different shades. The leather is inspected by skilled professionals and then hand cut and stitched, with the thought of each piece and layer becoming a canvas for the famous Anuschka art. The crossbody bags, shoulder bags, clutches, hobos, totes, satchels, checkbook wallets, bifolds, coin and card cases, and trifolds are covered with extravagant and abstract art. The inspiration for each artistic piece comes from a concept that evolves into a story from nature and people to teacups and textiles in multiple shades and hues.
The final product is then inspected again to make sure each bag is exactly how it should be, perfect for everyday use and exuding the right amount of passion that Anuschka represents. Then a white tag is added that allows you to relive the journey that your Anuschka has gone through. Lastly, because they want the handbags, wallets, and coin cases to show the integrity this brand was built on, each bag is hand signed.
Anuschka is made with a vision to set it aside from just any accessory; there is no mass production. It is quality and distinctive art that they hope will be cherished and passed down to generations. [+]
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