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This recycled leather purse / handbag from Studio Waterstone is soft and perfectly matched for an eco loving lifestyle. The soft brown reclaimed leather handbag experienced its first life as a bomber jacket.

Retaining many of the original seams including the two front pockets, this brown leather handbag is beautifully unique and perfectly sized for all day comfort. You will love being the only person in the world to own this earth-friendly work of art by Studio Waterstone.

The naturally distressed brown leather is ideally accented recycled dark brown leather double handles as well as recycled silver hardware. The handles are extremely comfy over your shoulder or held in your hand. To safely hold your goodies, the top zips shut with the recycled light brown zipper and pulls easily with an easy to grasp, longer recycled leather pull tab.

Moving to the inside, you'll find a cheerfully patterned recycled purple cotton lining. The interior includes three pockets, perfectly sized for your cell, keys and lip balm.

Sandwiched between the outside leather and inside lining is a layer of thick, heavy felt which has been added for additional structure and softness. All of the exterior seams have been professionally double stitched for added strength.

Approximately 14" wide, 2 1/4" deep and approximately 14" high. With the straps extended it's about 23" high.

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Thanks for visiting and have a lovely day.

Recycled Leather Purse Tote from a Distressed Bomber Jacket


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: recycled, leather, cotton, hardware
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 227 reviews
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