Cotton satin wallet by Káte

23 x 11 cm


This one-of-a-kind, hand-painted satin cotton wallet is made with care by Káte in Athens, using the Ebru art technique. It closes with a hidden magnet and is internally lined with a coloured fabric and a mathing coloured zipper.


Ebru is a traditional form of painting, known in the East for centuries. The design is made on the surface of the water and then captured on the fabric. Due to the nature of the procedure, each piece is unique, as there is no way to copy a design. The technique results in an airy, light, organic feeling.


*The model is holding a different bag

Ebru cotton satin wallet

€42.00 Regular Price
€33.60Sale Price
  • Katerina Momitsa lives and works in Athens. Her work is presented under the brand name Káte and is related to the ebru and marbling techniques.

    Ebru is a traditional form of painting, well known in Anatolia for centuries. The design is created on the water and then captured on paper. The origin of the word is Persian and means "figure like a cloud".

    Her first contact and studies with ebru were in Istanbul. Since then she has participated in several workshops of many ebru masters. She has also taken part in various exhibitions.

    Her art studio is located in Athens, Greece. There she experiments with ebru and marbling techniques and applies them on various materials. She then uses this technique in combination with her own style to create notebooks, diaries, jewelry, accessories and art deco objects.