Small Red Leather Satchel
Handmade in the UK by Barbara Wiggins Designs, this satchel is ideal for everyday use with lots of room for all your daily essentials. It has an extra pocket at the back for documents, and faux buckle detailing with magnetic popper fastening.
The strap can be shortened or lengthened depending on how you prefer to carry it and the natural leather has a unique character. Natural variations in shade and texture add to the satchels individuality.
This is a satchel that improves with wear and time.
The inside measurements are approximately 22cm by 5cm.
Members price: £76.50
Barbara Wiggins, the creative force of Barbara Wiggins Designs, has always had a passion for paper and leather her great-grandfather had a leather business in Ireland. Steeped in nature as a child in the depths of the Irish countryside, Barbara has always loved painting and colour and has drawn and painted passionately since the age of eight, encouraged by artistic parents each with a great eye for quality materials, craftsmanship, painting and drawing, and a love of nature. Barbara founded her business in 1983 and it is now well-established in the UK and overseas as a supplier of innovative hand crafted stationery and leather goods. The products are all still handmade in the UK with the same 'artisan' approach, keeping the unique quality and integrity of the product.
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