BAGGU  Puffy Laptop Sleeve 13
BAGGU  Puffy Laptop Sleeve 13
BAGGU  Puffy Laptop Sleeve 13
BAGGU  Puffy Laptop Sleeve 13
BAGGU  Puffy Laptop Sleeve 13

Puffy Laptop Sleeve 13"


color Dragon

Your laptop does so much for you. Doesn’t it deserve a comfy cozy place to live? Our puffy laptop sleeve is quilted and stuffed to provide your 13" laptop or tablet with just enough padding for comfortable rides.

A limited collection created in collaboration with The Metropolitan Museum of Art—inspired by 5,000 years of art. Based on key pieces from their permanent collection, these designs were redrawn from original works and reimagined to create delightful patterns. 

Compatible 13" Models:
Apple MacBook Pro, Apple MacBook Air, Asus ZenBook Dell XPS, HP Spectre x360, Lenovo IdeaPad 730S, Microsoft Surface Laptop 2, Razer Blade Stealth


Compatible Tablets:
iPad (9.7"), iPad Air (10.5"), iPad Pro (11" and 12.9")


● Velcro closure
● Measures 13" × 10 ¼" × ¾"
● Recycled ripstop nylon
● Machine washable


Title: Door valance and side panels with dragons

Date: 17th–18th century

Period: Qing dynasty (1644–1911) Kangxi Period (1662-1722)

Culture: China

Medium: Silk and metallic thread brocade


Door valance and side panels with dragons were produced during Emperor Kangxi's rule, (1661–1722), whose reign brought about long-term stability and relative wealth after years of war and chaos in China. Dragons are widely used in Chinese mythology. In this instance, the dragons signify the emperor as the Son of Heaven - serving as a link between heaven and earth, on behalf of the people. While the exact origin is not known, the quality of the piece suggests that it once decorated a doorway in an imperial residence in the 17th or 18th century Qing Dynasty. 


Source: The Met

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