Yiddish 'Tchotckes' Fits All In Purse

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I love the sound of the word 'Tchotchke' which is a small 'bric-à-brac' or 'bits and pieces' type of item - small stuff.  The word has long been used by Jewish-Americans. It is Yiddish in origin. The word may also refer to free promotional items dispensed at trade shows, conventions, and similar commercial events. It tends to refer to decorative and fair rather than functional items. Very handy for bits of paper and cosmetics and other essential items , can easily fit in a man bag or pocket book.

  • Made of sturdy canvas, hand silk-screen printed.
  • Strong zipper.
  • Size: 16x23 cm or  6x9 inches
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