Bamford Gloucester Alligator bag

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Bamford Gloucester Alligator bag

$4,500 Gilt
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  • Large Alligator Gloucester tote
  • Lady Bamford's favorite City bag
  • Cinched at top front and sides by Bamford-signature alligator ties
  • Two rolled alligator skin handles
  • Can be carried or worn over elbow or shoulder
  • Suede lining and interior zip pocket with matching alligator pull
  • Leather embossed logo patch
  • Body length 15 inches; Width 8 inches; Height 11 inches; Handle drop 5 inches

This bag is of limited production of 12 pieces. Please note, each bag may have slight variations due to being from a natural skin.

Material: Centre-skin, full-scale, farm-raised, American Alligator.

Brand: Bamford

Origin: Italy

“Quiet luxury” is how Bamford describes its aesthetic — and given that its clothing and lifestyle products emphasize organic materials, muted colors, and understated elegance, the description fits. Founded by Lady Carole Bamford of Gloucestershire, this British fashion brand offers ready-to-wear clothing and accessories for men and women, sumptuous homewares, and Body: a collection of bath and beauty products infused with natural ingredients such as geraniums and chamomile. For women, slim-fitting cigarette pants, flattering dresses, classic wool riding skirts, and draping cashmere knits will inspire daydreams of sitting ringside at polo matches or sipping tea at a London café; for gents, Bamford & Sons' cable-knit sweaters, hound's tooth blazers, and flat-front trousers epitomize classic preppy chic. When Bamford launched a limited-edition line of heirloom-quality handbags in lavishly textured ostrich and crocodile skins, even jaded bag lovers swooned. When visiting the UK, be sure to visit Bamford's shops in London and in Lady Bamford’s hometown.