Ghurka Women's "Highlander" Leather Hobo Handbag

The classic hobo, handcrafted for years of sophisticated style. Created from Ghurka's rich leather, the sleek bag takes you from work to weekend with ease. And with space for all your essentials, the slim silhouette comfortably tucks under your arm for all-day style. The wider shoulder strap offers a no-slip fit to enhance the all-day comfort.

Seaming detail at the handle and sides adds a touch of fashion interest, while belt detail at the handle allows for a custom fit. To keep you organized, the interior features four leather-trimmed pockets, including one zip pocket. Finished with an insignia plate on the front listing the bag's individual registration number. With its refined elegance, the look offers maximum fashion versatility that always shows your fine fashion sense.

Additional Information:
Top zip closure. Brass and nickel hardware. You'll receive a sleeper bag to protect your handbag when not carrying it. You'll also receive a polishing cloth and care instructions. Lined with signature Ghurka stain- and abrasion-resistant checked fabric. Footed bottom provides stability and elevates your handbag from dirt. Measures 13.5"L x 4.5"W x 9.5"H. Handle measures 12" with 10" handle drop. Weighs 0.5 pounds. Made of 100% calf leather with 65% polyester/35% rayon interior. Wipe clean with a damp cloth and lightly rub scuffs using fingertips. Vendor guarantees against defects in materials and workmanship. Includes a registration card. Made in the USA.

Model Number: GB530

About Ghurka:
Offering premium style that is distinctly Ghurka, their tradition of handcrafted leather goods dates back 35 years. Founder Marley Hodgson started the company after finding leather boots and belts from India's Ghurka Army regiment. He developed the rich look of Ghurka leather after seeing the patina the pieces had developed with age.

The signature chestnut leather comes from Europe's best tanneries and Ghurka's old school artisans transform into elite pieces with their subtle craftsmanship and premium hardware. On average, only five of 100 leather pieces are chosen as material worthy of a Ghurka item. Once the right leather is found, each individual item is created from a single piece of leather, giving that item a uniform appearance. Then, each bag is buffed and polished by hand for the distinctive Ghurka look. It is this attention-to-detail that creates the premium quality of Ghurka.

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