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$575.00

Char-de-Coté

$575.00

  What Inspired Us To Make This Bag: The Char-de-Coté handbag was named after the Char-de-Coté carriage. It was regarded as the Swiss national carriage, but could also be found in France. A fantastic feature of this vehicle is the passenger seat

$695.00

Dormeuse Bag

$695.00

  What Inspired Us To Make This Bag:             This handbag is named after the Dormeuse carriage. This carriage was designed for long expeditions. It had a well sprung body and could be converted into

$750.00

Cabriolet Bag

$750.00

  What Inspired Us To Make This Bag: The Cabriolet bag is named after the Cabriolet carriage. A light horse-drawn vehicle, with two wheels and a single horse. The carriage has a folding hood that can cover its two occupants, one of whom is the

The Victoria Tote - Medium

$375.00

  What Inspired Us To Make This Bag: The Victoria is an elegant carriage style of French origin, possibly based on a phaeton made for George IV. A Victoria may be visualised as essentially a phaeton with the addition of a coachman's box-seat,

Brougham Backpack

$350.00

  What Inspired Us To Make This Bag:   A brougham was a light, four-wheeled horse-drawn carriage built in the 19th century. It was named after Scottish jurist Lord Brougham, who had this type of carriage built to his specification in

Dennett Halter Square Tote

$485.00

  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

$425.00

Bronson Bag

$425.00

  What Inspired Us To Make This Bag: It was called the Bronson Wagon, and by 1900 became the popular sporting wagon for country gentlemen. Its framed and paneled sides were the inspiration for the “woodie” station wagons that were popular from

The Victoria Tote - Large

$575.00

  What Inspired Us To Make This Bag: The Victoria is an elegant carriage style of French origin, possibly based on a phaeton made for George IV. A Victoria may be visualised as essentially a phaeton with the addition of a coachman's box-seat,

Governess Shoulder Bag

$395.00

  What Inspired Us To Make This Bag:  The governess handbag is named after the Governess cart. A small two-wheeled pony-drawn cart. The purpose of the cart was to be light enough to be drawn by a well-tempered pony or cob, who would

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