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Rae Leopard

Regular price £349.00 GBP
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Rae Leopard

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Leopard print leather shoulder bag designed and handcrafted by Edward de Lacy.

  • Dimensions: W 21cm x H 15cm x D 8cm. 
  • Features Leopard printed hair-on cow leather from Italy.
  • Doubles as a clutch bag.
  • Hidden magnetic clasp front flap closures.
  • Adjustable and detachable brown heavy cotton webbing cross body strap with Leopard print leather detailing. Up to 55cm long, 38mm wide.
  • Gold brass hardware.
  • All leather edges finished by hand in a matt brown Italian leather edge paint.
  • Rear slip pocket and internal slip pocket.
  • Lined in a vegetable tanned matt black leather.
  • de Lacy logo de-bossed printed on internal pocket.
  • Presented in a de Lacy cotton dust bag.

Leather Care

Clean using a soft damp cloth with mild soap, air dry.

Stuff with filling to hold shape when storing.

Blot away water or moisture as soon as possible.

Treat with leather conditioner every six months.

Free UK Shipping

Free UK shipping. Discounted Worldwide express shipping on all orders over £100. You'll receive your order an estimated 1–4 days after shipment.

  • Low Impact Packaging

    Transporting your new de Lacy product to you in perfect condition is extremely important to me but just as important is the materials used to do this, that's why I only choose recycled and biodegradable packaging. Continue reading...

  • The design Process

    Designs are sketched down and explored in more detail when the first prototype is constructed. Edward often discovers new ideas during this process and loves the freedom to develop these ideas and avenues organically. Continue reading...