Herdwick Tote Bag
The Herdwick Tote Bag is a luxurious bag with real leather and a satin inner. The bags uses our Herdwick fabric which is a natural tactile Herdwick plain wool and is made in collaboration with Horsley Couture. All Herdwick fabrics and products are designed and created in the northern parts of the UK, where possible within the Lake District.
Please note: colours may vary according to your screen settings
Herdwick Tote Bag
The Herdwick Tote Bag is a luxurious bag made using our Herdwick fabrics. We have collaborated with the very talented Horsley Couture in production and design of this product.
All Herdwick fabrics are designed and created in the northern parts of the UK, where possible within the Lake District. We only source our fleece and yarn from local farmers who are experienced breeders of the much loved Herdwick sheep.
Fabrics are created in the Yorkshire Dales, woven on traditional hand looms, then printed and dyed by experts in their fields. All designs are created within Cable and Blake’s studios and have been inspired by the region’s iconic landscapes and lakes.
This has enabled us to offer a unique Herdwick woollen fabric that is produced to the highest quality locally, ensuring the minimum carbon footprint.
- 2 leather handles
- Contrast satin inner lining
- Top zip fastener
- Leather bottom
- 2 inner leather pockets (perfect for purse/ mobile phone)
- 2 large inner satin pockets
- Dimensions Height 25cm, Width 36cm
COMPOSITION: Wool, Leather, Satin
CARE: do not bleach, do not wash, wipe any marks immediately
Please note: the swatch shows the colour of this particular handbag. Colours may vary according to your screen settings.
We are a new small retial business but are growing our on-line stock, if the product you require is out of stock please Contact US to find out when we will be getting new stock. If your prodcut is order only, please allow 3 weeks from order placed. Thank you for your patience.
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