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This type of coin purse is called “Gamaguchi” in Japan. “Gama” means “frog’s mouth”. Yes, it just looks like a frog opened up its big mouth when you open up the purse! A tiny gamaguchi is useful as a vanity case, accessory case and a stylish inner bag besides just putting loose coins. I carry around my thimbles with this purse.
You might be wondering about this particular purse frame I used in the sample photo. The frame was imported from Japan and its antique finished gold makes this frame so noble and valuable. I like its quality and simplicity of design.
As you can see below, I have arranged for you to be able to purchase this particular purse frame.
Coin Purse Frame
Product number: BK-772
Size: 3-1/8″(W) x 2-1/8″(H) x 3/8″(D)
Content: 1 frame + paper string
Color: Antique gold
Price: $9.50 (plus $2.50 shipping and handling)