Koreng is a rice pot that has a gourd shape like the ordinary Pangcah pottery. Compared with general pots, the Koreng pot has a larger belly, a wide mouth, and no lip.
The gourd shape is the common memory of the vessels in tribal life.
The Koreng Bucket Bag is a nod to the traditional Pangcah pottery. The strap can be adjusted in length.
In the Archetype collection, Kamaro’an collaborated with a Taiwan hat factory with an 80-year-old history. We use the old hat sewing technique for bag making.
The hat factory has a unique technique to web infinite-length straw braid and has a wealth of sewing legacy. We also developed a special sewing method and coating to make the bag strong and durable.
Italian Vegetable Tanned Leather
Vegetable-tanned cowhide has a smooth finish while retaining the natural full grain with a unique aspect and touch.
Over time, the leather tanned by vegetables will nourish and evolve, developing a patina.
Size｜Ø18 x 25cm；Strap Drop: 20 & 35cm
ーMade in Taiwanー
Inspired by Taiwanese indigenous culture, Kamaro’an explores pure craftsmanship through clean design.
The name Kamaro’an originates from pangcah, it means “the place to live”. Pangcah is one of an indigenous ethnic in Taiwan.
Each of our products is handwoven in our studio by indigenous craftsman.
We appreciate the handcrafts of everyday objects that reflect pangcah’s way of living in harmony with nature. We are obsessed with the non-fancy but practical weaving technique that accomplishes daily needs.
Kamaro’an celebrates the uniqueness, timelessness and precision that hands can bring to life.