Mahjong Coin/Card Purse ~ Imperial Spring ~ Mah Jongg ~ Designed and made by The Pickled Poet

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Mahjong ~ Imperial Spring ~ Mah Jongg

Handmade in Australia by The Pickled Poet, the coin/card purse in this listing
is lined, has a top zipper and side slip-in pocket and is perfect for on-the-go
Mahjong games. The purse is not just for Mahjong! Ideal for storing any small
items for travel (chargers, plugs, cords, pens, notebooks, make-up etc) this
little pouch is incredibly versatile.

Please read through listing description carefully, look at the images, and
measure any items you would like to use this purse for! Example images show use
of the coin purse for Mahjong with a NMJL playing card, a comparison image with
other Zippedy pouches made by The Pickled Poet, and one image with other bags
available in this fabric. Any questions please message Em.

~ Fabrics ~

The purse made with a premium cotton fabric outer in Imperial Spring pattern,
ffeaturing gorgeous spring garden scences with Geisha amongst the Sakura and
Wisteria, and gently accented in gold. The bag is fully lined in a coordinating
premium Provincial Blue Shadwolay premium cotton.

The zipper pull features a coordinated black cord with The Pickled Poet’s
hand-painted Provincial bead and signature lucky-7 Chinese coin metal charms,
and is quite secure for use.

~ Size & Capacity ~

The full purse measures 7¼" (18.5cm) wide x 6¼" (16cm) deep.

The black zipper opening is 5" (12.5cm) long and this main pocket will hold
many many winnings!!! This pocket will also hold make-up, small notebooks,
pens, cell/mobile phone chargers/plugs etc.

The front slip-in pocket is 7¼" (18.5cm) wide x 5" (12.5cm) deep and will hold
a large card, and a small cell/mobile phone.

This listing is for one coin/card purse. Mahjong tiles, racks, coins, pens etc
seen in the listing images are for demonstration purposes only and are not
included for sale.

Custom orders are welcome on this or any of my other items. Please message Em
or email em.thepickledpoet [!at] with any enquiries.


Cost of shipping on this item varies depending on the method selected.
1. Economy: (**Not currently available due to covid shipping issues) Cheapest
option. Please note selecting ‘economy’ does not include insurance or tracking
(please read my shipping terms for information on tracking and insurance; if
the item is lost or damaged there are no refunds provided if the item is sent
untracked and uninsured).
2. Standard: tracked and insured for loss or damage for the cost of your item.
For the base rate one tile bag and one rack bag will fit in the parcel.
3. Express: tracked and insured for loss or damage for the cost of your item.
Fastest shipping option via Australia Post.

All shipping overcharges are refunded, no matter how small. If you purchase
more than one item, you will be charged separate shipping - this is an Etsy
system process I have no control over. I will combine the items and any
shipping overcharges will be refunded as soon as your items are posted.
Alternatively, please message and I will set up a listing with all items and
combined postage costs. The Pickled Poet only charges actual shipping rates.

Thank you for visiting!!

~*~ FAQs - Additional Information on The Pickled Poet's items ~*~

Q: What is a standard rack? this listing says small/or standard/or large...
A: The Pickled Poet measures a STANDARD Mahjong rack as:
~ Length: 18" (46cm)
~ Height: 1¼" (3.2cm) at the highest point
~ Depth: 2½" (6.4cm) front to back
~ Circumference: 6½" (at the widest point of the coin end)
All listings that are not for standard racks will have the measurements for
the racks that will fit, if you need more information please ask!

Q: Can you make me something like this, but with difference fabric or a
different size?
A: Absolutely! Just ask!!

Q: What is the difference between a Rack Bag, a Rack Sleeve and a Slipcase?
I'm confused...
A: (this is long...)

~ A RACK BAG is one big pocket that all of your racks go in together. The bag
is pulled closed with a drawstring. Rack Bags do fit in cases, but work best in

~ A RACK SLEEVE is a single sleeve; each sleeve fits one rack only. Rack
sleeves are open at the top, do not have drawstrings, and fit into Mahjong
cases and Totes. Rack Sleeves can be used inside Rack Bags for additional
protection if desired.

There are two different types of SLIPCASES: Drawstring and Open. A Slipcase is
like four (or five) individual Racks Sleeves in one bag; each rack slips in to
its own channel.

~ In OPEN SLIPCASES the racks slide in to their own channels, the tops stay
open, and two bands loop around the racks (one near the top, one near the
bottom) keeping the racks tied together. Great in Totes or large cases. You can
see an example here of a slipcase that goes inside a rack bag:

~ A DRAWSTRING SLIPCASE is a combination of the above three; as with the open
slipcase the racks slide in to their own channels; however, in the Drawstring
Slipcase, the top pulls together like a Rack Bag with a long drawstring and the
bottom is looped with a single band, yet all racks are in their own channels.
You can see an example here: These can be made with or without a ruffle above
the drawstring

Q: What does The Pickled Poet's Tote hold?

A: The Pickled Poet designed a tote especially for Mahjong sets!! Like all
items made by The Pickled Poet, this tote was designed by Em Chisholm. It can
be customised for any size Mahjong set. The Pickled Poet's standard-size tote
holds four standard mahjong racks, and either: two tile trays with or without
sleeves, or two small tile bags. The tote with a full mahjong set inside can be
folded up and tied in to a parcel for travel or storage. One tile bag does fit
at one end of the tote but you may find you like to add something at the other
end for balance - the tote does not 'parcel' so well with only one tile bag.

The following links show some examples of previously made tote ensembles:
~ With Tile Bags:
~ With Tile Trays:
~ With a Slip Case and one tile bag (remember, my recommendation in these
totes is two smaller bags!):

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