ABURY
Owner - Andrea Bury

ABURY black olive shopper bag - free people collection

Seller: ABURY Berlin

€490.00
incl. VAT + Shipping to Germany €4.99
or free collection in store

ABURY
Owner - Andrea Bury

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This genuine leather shopper bag for women is the masterpiece of the collection: The ABURY Black olive shopper bag has to elegantly structured shape that is perfectly merged with a contemporary urban attitude and designed to leave on impression! Spacious enough to safely keep all your belongings on any busy city day it so features on attachment for a trolley and easy access front pouch to keep travel documents in place becoming the new must-have for weekend escapes.

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Information on the ABURY Black olive shopper bag:

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- Handmade in Morocco
-Design: Mayta Lara Leal
-Finest goat leather
-Color: Black olive
-100% natural cotton linen interior
-Closing system that adapts to 3 different sizes of volume:
42 x 36 x 14 cm having the possibility to change to 42 x 44 x 14 cm
-Trolley fitting system
-Wooden pom pom with leather strips that can therefore be used as a last minute keychain
-3 extra compartments:
1 interior pocket
1 hidden back pocket
1 small independent purse inside:

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A color-matching hand purse that cone wants your small belongings together or serve you as a mini-clutch for a last-minute night out package. Use it without folding it turning up this practical hand purse into the perfect cover for your small tablet!

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18 hours of passionate work by skilled artisan hands make this ABURY Black olive shopper bag uniquely yours. We give this time back in hours of education to the local community.

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ABURY
ABURY brings together exciting designers with traditional artisans from remote and inspiring cultures. This exchange of knowledge between the old world and the cutting edge allows for a new context to emerge, leasing crafts a new life and lending design an emotional component which has been missing in recent times. 
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