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This item sold on January 27, 2013.

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This tiny little handbag will go great with your spring and summer dresses, and is perfect for when you only need to carry the essentials. It measures just 3.5” x 5”, or about the size of a small index card, and about 2” deep. I’ve photographed the bag with a pair of eyeglasses to show the scale (sorry - they're sold).

The outside of the bag is made from basket-woven white plastic strips. The gold tone metal handles stand about 2.75” tall and are embossed with a flower and diamond design. The inside is lined in a vintage 1960s medallion print fabric and includes a tag which says, “Made in Hong Kong.” The purse is in excellent vintage condition with only a slight bit of discoloration on the inside plastic edges and the fabric lining. The discoloration only shows when the bag is open.

Combined Shipping: I’m happy to ship multiple purchases together to lower shipping costs, but for most items I don’t pre-enter a combined amount as I prefer to figure it based on packed weight (it’s usually cheaper that way). If you’d like to know the cost to ship specific items together, just convo me. Combined shipping will always be less than shipping items separately.

International Shipping: Costs may be lower to your country. Feel free to convo me for exact rates.

Petite Purse - Vintage 1960s Tiny White Basket Purse with Gold Metal Handles, Handbag Measures a Wee 3.5"x5", Size of an Index Card


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: plastic, metal, fabric
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 498 reviews
  • Favorited by: 28 people