What Inspired Us To Make This Bag:
The Dennett gig was similar to other gigs in that it was enclosed at the rear and had room for luggage. It was also a one-horse vehicle with a jointed hood or head and a driving box. It appeared around 1814. Supposedly, it acquired its name from one of three fashionable Dennett sisters. (One was a singer and the other two were stage dancers, known only as B., F., and H. Dennett. These sisters appeared with the Great Belzoni at Sadler Wells in 1803.) What made the dennett unique was its three spring suspension: two lengthwise and one crosswise, with at least one of these springs being named after “Miss Dennett,” although which Miss Dennett is unclear and argued by some people as improbable.ade the dennett unique was its three spring suspension: two lengthwise and one crosswise, with at least one of these springs being named after “Miss Dennett,”
Our newest tote bag. This equestrian themed bag highlights our chrome finished pony halter squares, finished with round hands and a roomy interior, This bag will soon become your favorite.
-Hand made from soft pebble grained cow hide
-Silver and gold finished hardware
-Full zipper top closure for security
-Hidden zipper pocket on top of bag
-Dimensions 15W X 4D X 12H
-Interior features a secure zipper pocket
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