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Vintage Needlepoint Handbag 1950's Change Purse Satin Lining Wood Frame

Super stylish midcentury handbag! Dark brown with yellow, pink, orange, purple, white, blue and green flower motif.

The bag is in excellent condition, both inside and out.

The wood frame and leather handle are in good condition with dings and bangs and rubbing on the handle. (Please see photos) Goldtone hardware is nice, including four adorable little feet on the bottom of the bag, which lets it sit upright when you place it on the table. The handle has nice mechinism so it settles right in place and stay upright when you set the bag down. Very cool!

The inside is lined with a soft green, shiny satin that is beautful. There is a deep zippered pocket and another smaller one on one side of the bag and another pocket on the other side which holds your matching coin purse, which is also in great condition. So pretty!

You will turns some heads with this one!


Your new handbag will ship within 2-3 business days of payment via USPS Parcel Post Mail.

Please Note: Shipping quote is for USA only. Please convo for international destinations.

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Vintage Needlepoint Handbag 1950's Change Purse Satin Lining Wood Frame


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: needlepoint thread, wood frame, goldtone hardware, satin lining
  • Ships from Sweden to select countries.
  • Feedback: 483 reviews
  • Favorited by: 260 people