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Jack French London Patent Leather "Burlington" Quilt Stitched East-West Satchel - 704-475

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704-475 - Jack French London Patent Leather ''Burlington'' Quilt Stitched East-West Satchel
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Jack French London Patent Leather "Burlington" Quilt Stitched East-West Satchel

Make a statement with your style! Appealing to any fashionista with a flair for detail and quality, this bag features a quilted patent leather exterior met by double rolled handles that attach through rings engraved with the Jack French logo. You'll find plenty of room to carry all your essentials, plus you'll rest assured they are safe with the padlock closure.

The interior features two open utility pockets, one pen holder and one zippered pocket. The exterior features four bottom feet, a top zip closure with padlock at the end of a zipper pulley with a key for added security. You'll also find a flap over the top with a magnetic snap closure and gold-tone Jack French London logo. The interior is completed with a signature brushed purple lining. Also included is a dust bag to preserve your satchel when not in use. A definite must-have for your handbag collection.

  • Black - True black exterior
  • Nude - Light dusty pink exterior
  • Brown - Dark tan exterior
  • Taupe - Off-white exterior
  • Red - Bright red exterior

Additional Information
Made of 100% patent leather with a 100% polyester lining. Wipe with a slightly damp cloth.
Measures 13"L x 4"W x 8"H with an 18" handle and 5-1/2" handle drop.
Made in China.

About the Design:
The Burlington design is named for London's renowned Burlington Arcade, a covered shopping street built in 1819. This historic archictectural gem was built to house jewelry and other luxury goods. Since its inception, the arcade has been an upmarket retail promenade patrolled by the Burlington Arcade Beadles, guards wearing traditional English top hats and frock coats.
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