This Tea Bag is our original edition, based on the story Ruba’iyat of Amma Supahilo by Melissa Sunjaya. It is one of her most celebrated work, first launched by Tulisan in 2010. What makes it exceptional is that the manual printing involved arduous five colour screens. Each colour implementation is a meticulous process by itself.
Tea Bag is a petite half-moon shape bag for an afternoon tea time gathering. Its padded exterior shell gives a voluminous esthetic. The interior is designed with several pockets to store ID cards, a mobile phone, and cosmetics. It comes with a detachable, small BIEN strap of 90 cm long and in Smokey Plum colour.
RUBA’IYAT OF AMMA SUPAHILO
- The interior of the bag uses our signature lining. This lining fabric is a highly durable water-repellent fabric, created using the most advanced technology from recycled PET bottles and post-consumer materials.
- Comes with a dustbag, made from pure cotton textile.
Hand-printed serigraphy textiles on unbleached (chlorine-free) cotton canvas, using eco-friendly water-based inks. For the handbags and accessories category, unless otherwise noted, each textile is protected with water-resistant Poly-Urethane coatings. Our hand-made production is certified by the Bluesign® system. This certification is a strict screening, designed to monitor the responsible use of resources, clean work processes, wastewater management, healthy air ventilation, and safety procedures for the workers as well as a safe final product for the consumer.
(length) 27.5 x (width) 9 x (height) 25.5 cm
(length) 10.8 x (width) 3.5 x (height) 9.5 in
90 cm | 35.43 in (detachable)
Due to our hand-made serigraphy process, every printing on each product is unique and varied from one to another. It is impossible to choose the printing of each product to be exactly the same on the showcased photos on our site or social media. These photos are for visual references of the products’ shapes only. The colours and alignments will never be the same from one print to another due to this manual labour.