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Black Daisy Leather and Suede Tote

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Black Daisy Leather and Suede Tote

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Black Daisy Leather and Suede Tote

Inspired by rustic beauty and sofistication.

“No matter what you carry in your bag, remember to bring joy.”

Stands 12 inches tall when sitting on the ground.
16 inches x 4 inches

Strap is lined with soft red suede and has a comfortable drop of 13.5 inches

Intended to fit the need for carrying a small laptop and lots of good stuff.
My solid handmade contrustion will last a lifetime and only get more beautiful with age.
Lined with soft pigskin suede and finished with solid brass hardware.
Hand stitched with braided, waxed, nylon thread.

Hard leather insert in the bottoms with the words “bring joy”, so you wont forget.

Handmade in the Deep South of Mississippi, with joy, by me, Joanne.

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dk sliger Nov 26, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

I seriously can NOT say enough AMAZING things about this bag. It is all I wanted and MORE!!! Superb quality, it will last for years to come, and the best part is that its unique and one of a kind. I have not gone anywhere without getting a compliment on this bag. I can't wait to purchase another. HIGHLY RECOMMEND and I am in LOVE!!!!!!

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Reviewed by Anonymous May 30, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

This key fob is so beautiful! It arrived quickly and was wrapped with much thought and care! Love it! Thank you!

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Reviewed by Anonymous May 10, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

These earrings are gorgeous. Delicate and versatile, they are the perfect accessory. Just as pretty as the earrings, though, was the beautiful packaging. I will highly recommend your shop to my friends.

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Reviewed by Anonymous Jun 8, 2012

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