Utilizing materials of the highest quality and a precise artisan technique, this resplendently rare Borbonese of Italy is the embodiment of superlative design and luxury. Forever cosmopolitan, this vintage Borbonese of Italy shoulder bag does not disappoint. It combines European refinement with glamorous eccentricity by juxtaposing sumptuous Italian leather with intriguing and definitively eye catching mesh of black argyle patterned enamel against a riveting red enamel backdrop. The interior boasts a built-in change purse with wonderful sculptural gold hardware and leather accent as well as an open pocket for miscellany. Do not let this perfect mix of subtle chic and searing sass slip through your style savvy sights...
Period: Circa 1980s.
Marks: 'Crebit Leather Italy Design' and 'Borbonese' on the interior and 'Pure leather' on reverse of strap.
Condition: Excellent (pristine interior and exterior).
Dimensions: 7" height (not including strap drop) x 10 1/2" length x 1 15/16" width; strap drop is 10 3/4".
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Item ID: 996448
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