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Well deserving of its spot in the Museum collection, this Sharif bag features hieroglyphic inspired embossing all over its gorgeous leather exterior. Like something out of an ancient civilization display, this Sharif organizer bag brings an elegance and class all its own to any look. Its strap is adjustable for versatility and comfort while multiple pockets offer plenty of places to store your essentials. Old English brass hardware finishes off the unmatched look of this small organizer bag!

Storage

  • Exterior Pocketing: back slip pocket
  • Interior Pocketing: 1 zip coin, 1 full, 8 credit card

Details

  • comes with dust cover
  • Length: 5in.
  • Width: 2.75in.
  • Height: 8in.
  • Closure Type/Placement: flip lock
  • Exterior Fabric: Leather
  • Lining Fabric: Textile
  • Hardware: old English brass
  • Strap Length: adjustable 50in.
  • Strap Drop: adjustable 25in.
  • Weight: .75lbs.
  • Care Instructions: Store in a cool dry area away from direct light. Use a very delicate leather cream. Gently apply with a microfiber cloth in a circular motion, let cream sit for 30 minutes and then wipe of excess with a clean microfiber cloth.
  • Country of Origin: China

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