Eduards Accessories Näver Duo Shoulder Bag in Nature - Leveranstid ca 3 dagar

Regular price 4 899 kr

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Description

Model: The Näver Duo Shoulder Bag is a double cross body shoulder bag. Duo has two open compartments separated by a large inner pocket with a top zipper to keep your belongings safe and a small inner pocket with snap button. The Näver Duo Shoulder Bag closes with a v-shaped flap with magnetic closure.
Measures 28x23x12 cm and comes with a high-quality dust bag. The detachable shoulder strap is adjustable to approx. 115 cm.
All lining and inner pocket is out of leather. Our leather: We love the qualities of vegetable tanned leather and all our products are left untreated for you to wear in. Nature is a classic non-coloured vegetable tanned leather with great potential; it ages with beauty and will darken with time.
You can affect the aging process by treating the leather with products for protection and nourishment.
Care for the things you love: Leather is a material that tells a story. Marks and colour variations are natural and regarded as proof of authenticity, not as flaws. Small variations due to the handmade process guarantee that each and every item is unique. Rain and moist can darken and change the structure of the leather, whereas sunlight can affect the colour of your bag.
If you want your bag to age naturally, just leave it untreated. If you prefer to give nature a little helping hand to make your bag more resistant against the elements, we recommend organic leather treatment. Always start by treating a tiny area and see if you like the result before you treat the whole bag.
Treat it well, and it will accompany you for years.
Handmade in Sweden: All Eduards Accessories' products are designed by an architect and handmade in Sweden by skilled leather craftsmen.
Description: The Näver Collection: The work of architect / designer Cecilia Eduards is inspired by Swedish nature and traditional Nordic craft- and building techniques. The Näver Collection is her contemporary interpretation of the traditional birch bark braiding method used for centuries in Scandinavia.