A handbag made entirely of 22-carat gold is attracting attention in Bursa. The bag, located at the Jewelry Shop in Bursa's Covered Market in northwestern Anatolia, has been drawing the attention of tourists with a high net-worth. The bag costs a staggering TL 120,000 ($47,000). Jewelry Shop owner Emre Korkmaz said the bag is specially made from pure 22-carat gold and weighs 820 grams. "It is a special product for Turkey, all hand made," he said. Korkmaz said the bag is made with Bursa's traditional gold jewelry art known as "telkari" (wire profit), which is like a type of needlework or lacework using gold or silver threads as thin as hair. If you look up the meaning of telkari, it is defined as a form of art using wires. Telkari is also known as "vav work," which derived from the Arabic letter "vav" whose shape is often applied as a motif in telkari designs. The bag costs TL 40,000 more than the cost of the gold used in it. "Visitors from Arab countries are certainly asking about its price and have tried negotiating to buy it, but I do not intend to sell it for under TL 120,000," Korkmaz added.