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A true treasure! This is my all time favorite tooled leather handbag! It is made out of super sturdy genuine leather in black with a rustic finish that can only come from vintage, beautiful tooling with an Aztec pattern on the back side, the front has stunning tooling of a dessert scene wit ha raised burro/donkey and boy, lots of storage with 3 main compartments, the center with a zipper, a side slit pocket and two side zip pockets with a fold over twist latch enclosure, four base feet, circa 1960's.

Measures: 11 1/4" wide by 8" tall by 3 1/8" deep with two 18" straps

Great vintage condition. There is one place of separation between the zipper and fabric, as seen in the photo. Marked down with this in mind.

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Please note that items are vintage are sure to show some signs of wear. It is very popular for vintage leather to show rustic surface wear that only adds to the vintage character. Rubs, light stains, highs and lows in leather and other minor wear is all signs of normal wear on vintage items. Any significant structural damage will be in the item description.
In special circumstances of exchange, the buyer must contact CDS within 3 days of purchase to set up arrangements. The buyer is responsible for all shipping charges, both ways. The exchange amount will be the original amount of the item minus the shipping.

Vintage 60's Tooled Leather Raised Burro Aztec Handbag Purse

US$82.00
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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: Leather
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 364 reviews
  • Favorited by: 67 people