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Our bucket bag “Jeanne“ is the perfect companion for any challenge you have to face during the day. Whether you’re going to work, on a shopping tour, or on a date – “Jeanne” is always the bag to go with. It’s a timeless model for pragmatic, modern women, as it can be worn cross body or over shoulder, which allows you to have your hands free at all times. Even when filled to the max, it doesn’t lose its shape but looks like a badass mini wrecking ball instead.
The strap length is adjustable with studs. Inside, you’ll find an extra pouch so you’ll never have to fumble in the depths of your bag to find your make-up, keys, or other paraphernalia again! Of course, the pouch can easily be taken off and used as a separate clutch. European leather bucket bag finished with signature hardware and detailing. Customise your metal detailing and personalise The Bowler Bag with your monogram. Comes complete with dust bag for care and storage.
Details and Dimensions
Leather Options: Smooth, Grained, Suede, Crocodile Embossed, Ostrich Embossed
Lining Options: all Colors
Edge Painting Options: all Colors
Metal Hardware: Gold, Silver
Monogram: Maximum 8 letters and or characters.
Width: 28cm / 11″
Height: 30cm / 11.8″
Depth: 17.5cm / 6.9″
Longest Strap Drop: 49cm / 19.3″
Shortest Strap Drop: 38cm / 14.7″
Leather drawstring stopper
The Lining is soft to the touch, easy to clean and available in a variety of colour options.
The extra pouch can easily be taken off and used as a separate clutch.
Metal studs on the base to protect your bag from scratches and worse.
About Jeanne d’Arc
Jeanne d’Arc (1412-1431) was a French martyr and military leader acting under divine guidance. She testified to having experienced visions of saints designating her as the savior of France. At the age of 18, she led the French army to victory over the English in the Battle of Orléans, and for that is considered a national heroine of France. Captured a year later, she was burned on the stake by the English. Later on, she was canonized as a Roman Catholic saint.