felted floral clutch
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Black canvas clutch from Roberta di Camerino featuring a short front flap closure, a concealed clasp fastening with a dropped gold-tone rose print charm, a felted floral embellishment and a short rounded handle to the top with gold-tone hardware. Please note that vintage items are not new and therefore might have minor imperfections.
Item ID: 10391693
- height: 15 centimetres, width: 28 centimetres, depth: 2.5 centimetres
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- Cotton 100%
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Roberta di Camerino handbags have always played a leading role in the world of fashion. The bags themselves evoke stories, characters and emotions. The legendary Bagonghi bag, was Grace Kelly's favorite, and the Caravel bag, Madonna's. Roberta who wished to change the rules of fashion, managed to do so using the extraordinary talent of venetian craftsmen to create one of the region's major brands. These are unique objects and nothing like them had ever been created before.
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Lugo di Ravenna , Italy
A.N.G.E.L.O. Vintage has grown from humble beginnings at a second-hand market stall into one of Europe’s most comprehensive archives of vintage fashion. Angelo Caroli, the owner, is considered a trailblazer in ethical fashion and has built the brand on his belief that the value of clothes lies far deeper than in their appearance.