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This is a mahogany brown leather bag with a Gothic like antique brass closure clasp by Eddie Bauer. This bags strap drop is 20 to 26 inches which is long enough to wear crossbody.

This is a rugged brown leather and lace Eddie Bauer bag. It has a Gothic like antique brass brushed closure. The adjustable crossbody strap has a hefty antique brass buckle. Inside it has 3 pockets which appear to be made of burlap or canvas. There is plenty of room inside to hold what you need to carry for business or pleasure.

Dimensions:

Length: 10 inches
Height: 8 inches
Width: 3.5 inches

Strap Drop: 20 to 26 inches

Condition:

This bag is in very good condition. It has no rips, tears or holes. It is structurally sound and the hardware functions properly. However, like most vintage bags this bag has some scuffing and scratching which, in my opinion, adds to the bags character. However, if you don't like the scuffs and scratches they are easily eliminates with a product known as Leather CPR or Leather Milk, both of which are available on Amazon. Please see photos for best depiction of condition.


About Eddie Bauer

When I think about Eddie Bauer I think about the rugged outdoors and how well my Eddie Bauer version of the Ford Explorer goes through Michigan blizzards. I was surprised to find an Eddie Bauer leather bag as I thought the company known for its rugged outdoor products. So I decided to research Eddie and this is what I found:

Eddie Bauer was born on Orcas Island in the San Juan Islands in Washington on October 19. 1899. In 1913 he got his first job in sporting goods with Piper & Taft and would display his catches on ice at the entrance of the store. He developed a reputation as a skilled fisherman and became well known by Seattle's sports enthusiasts. In 1920 he turned his love of the outdoors into a viable business, opening Eddie Bauer's Sport Shop in Seattle. By 1945 he published the "Eddie Bauer Alaska Outfitter " catalog and became known nationwide. In 1968 he sold his interest in the company which continued to produce goods in his name. In 1986 Eddie Bauer died at the age of 86. According to the company website Eddie's spirit and legacy lives on at the company still bearing his name. http://www.eddiebauer.com/company-info/company-info-our-founder.jsp

If you prefer a different style vintage bag, I have many in stock and you can see it at my shop at https://www.etsy.com/shop/ProVintageGear

Football Days Sale Vintage Eddie Bauer Mahogany Brown Leather and Lace Crossbody Bag With Antique Brass Clasp- VGC

$44.10

Only 1 available


Overview

  • Vintage item
  • Materials: Firm mahogany brown leather and lace, Gothic like brushed antique brass closure, Interior pockets of burlap or canvas, 10 inches Long by 8 inches High by, 3 and a half inches Wide, Crossbody strap drop 20 to 26 inches, Strap adjustable with hefty brass buckle, Great gift
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 196 reviews
  • Favorited by: 2 people