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ISADORA MINI Bowler Bag - Gypsy - 1st Edition

$539.00 AUD

Isadora Mini is a small bowling bag with a little bit of added glamour! Crafted from a textural woven fabric full of colour, with leather detailing in red, pink and tan, Isadora is a textural delight. She can be carried by her short handles or use her detachable shoulder strap to go hands-free. Practical and elegant, she makes a great small daytime carry all.

A true collectors item, your 1st Edition handbag can also be signed and have a personalised message written by our designer on the inside lining. Please email us at reception@spencerandrutherford.com following your order, to advise your requirements.

 

FEATURES

  • 100% Italian Leather and European fabrics.
  • Designed in Australia by Spencer & Rutherford.
  • 1st Edition out of 100.
  • A 1st Edition Collectors Certificate signed by the designer.
  • Comes with a dust bag. 

OUTER:
  • Zip top closure.
  • Double short fixed handles for hand held use.
  • Detachable extra extendable cross-body/shoulder strap.
  • Quick access accessories pocket located on the front with zip closure.
  • 6 x metal feet to keep base off the ground.
  • Spencer & Rutherford trademark engraved metal plaque on the back.
  • Decorative seasonal zipper pullers.

     

      INTERIOR:
      • Lining: Limited Edition signature pale pink lining with Spencer & Rutherford watermark and multi-stripe woven collar surrounding inside top edge of the bag.
      • Unique brass plaque engraved with your very own collectors number 001 from only 100 pieces made
      • Hanging key finder with multiple attachments.
      • 2 x Open accessory pockets (for phones, lipstick, etc).
      • 1 x Zip pocket.

         

          SIZE

          Dimensions: 28W x 17H x 14D cm
          Handle Length: Short: 52 cm Long: 69-130 cm
          Weight: 0.62 kg

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