This is the enchanting 'Palomo' Leather Saddle Handbag in darkest espresso brown leather. The Palomo takes its inspiration from a traditional saddle bag design but quietly amplifies the equestrian theme with its whimsical yet subtle mini saddle flap and stirrup leather with charming nickel finished stirrup iron detail.
The bag is a neat compact size so perfect for every day or evening use with just the right amount of space for purse, phone, lippy, keys and a notebook. It has a single stitched internal pocket and comes with two different lengths of strap - a shorter one for use over-the-arm or as a really comfy tucked-in shoulder bag but also an additional longer strap to make it a practical cross body bag when you want to be hands-free at events, shows or festivals.
The bag is entirely hand-crafted in the UK from finest quality soft textured Italian leather and finished with a hidden magnetic catch and two captivating nickel horseshoe buckles attaching the straps.
This truly beautiful handbag is going to be an instant hit with fashion-conscious equestrians but will equally establish itself as a timeless classic from the off. The deepest shade of espresso brown has as much impact as pure black but is softer and more versatile so lending itself as the perfect companion to everything you might wear. You're going to love this bag - now and always.
- 24 cm wide x 17 cm high x 9 cm deep at base
- Strap length 60 cm or 120 cm
- Also available in different colours: Cognac and Noir
- PLEASE NOTE - These bags are handmade and may take up to 7 days when we are busy. Do call us if you need it urgently
Product Code GGG-06-00
We chose the name Palomo for this fabulous bag, after the famous war horse belonging to Simon Bolivar, the ‘liberator’ of Latin America. Almost without exception all horse lovers have a soft spot in their hearts for the valiant, loyal and brave horses who have proved their worth on the battlefield. Whether or not we agree with man's motivation to fight wars, it is universally accepted that the horses involved have never had a choice but have nevertheless performed their duties with devotion, courage and dignity.