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Lise handbag ♗

Lise handbag ♗

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Regular price 324,00 € EUR
Regular price 360,00 € EUR Sale price 324,00 € EUR
Légère Imperfection -10 % Sold out
Delivery end of April
  • Vegetable tanned leather From a Spanish tannery
  • Free delivery Delivery and returns are free, don't hesitate to treat yourself to a piece.
  • Secure payment Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Paypal, Maestro, Sofort, iDEAL
  • Craftsmanship A piece that ages well, develops a patina, can be maintained and repaired.
  • Made in France Made with love in France (Paris, Biarritz, Tours)

🇫🇷 Handmade in Biarritz, France

Vegetable tanned leather handbag - natural patina

Carry by hand, on the shoulder and across the body

Magnetic closure

Removable shoulder strap and handle

Dimensions:

Base: 25cm

Opening: 18cm

Height: 14cm

Shoulder strap: 114 to 120cm (adjustable)

Vegetable tanned leather

The leathers we use for our products are carefully selected from the best Spanish, French and Italian tanneries.

How to take care of your leather bag?

To prevent leather from drying out, cracking or discoloring unevenly, try to protect it from direct heat and sunlight for prolonged periods.

Step 1: Remove impurities and dust Using a soft cloth, wipe the surface and every corner of the leather of your bag.

Step 2: Apply nourishing beeswax-based milk Using a clean cloth, apply the milk delicately and in a single, very thin layer to make it penetrate well. This step helps protect your leather bag against drying out as well as nourishing and waterproofing it.

Step 3: Polish the leather piece

After application, let the leather rest for a few moments then buff it using a soft, clean cloth.

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Historical know-how

workshop made in France

Your piece is made in a family factory making pieces with quality, precision, finesse resulting from the passion and nobility of our craftsmen.

Our know-how is historic. It is the fruit of a heritage passed down from generation to generation.

Mixed with full-grain, vegetable-tanned leather for guaranteed longevity.

Vegetable tanned leather, the most durable

The leathers we use for our products are carefully selected from the best Spanish, French and Italian tanneries.

These family tanneries have exceptional know-how and supply the most exclusive luxury brands, while ensuring they apply the best practices of sustainable development with regard to their water consumption and the treatment of their waste.

frequently asked Questions

Is the Lise leather handbag heavy?

No, as surprising as it may seem, the handbag weighs 0.35kg. It is therefore within the standards of handbags.

Is the Lise handbag waterproof?

The leather handbag is water resistant, if it rains, your belongings will be protected from humidity. However, we recommend that you apply nourishing milk (with beeswax) three times a year to strengthen the waterproofing of the leather.

Is the Lise handbag comfortable?

The shoulder strap is entirely made of leather, it is 1.5 cm wide. It is possible to adjust it. The handbag can be worn cross-body, on the shoulder or in the hand. It will align perfectly with your figure. The shoulder strap is removable so you can carry your Lise handbag in your hand.

What leather is used?

Our wish is to have the lowest environmental impact, while ensuring the longest longevity of the handbag. The leather comes from a family-owned Spanish tannery. This full-grain cowhide leather is robust and will develop a patina over time. It is vegetable tanned. The leather used will not fade on your white shirts, dresses or t-shirts. The handbag is available in black leather, camel leather (Honey) and brown leather (Chocolate).

WHY READ?
Lise Deharme (1898-1979) was a versatile artist of the 20th century, evolving in the circles of cinema, literature and the artistic avant-garde in France. Born March 27, 1898 in Paris, she began her career as an actress during the 1920s, working with renowned directors such as René Clair. She also played a significant role in the Surrealist movement, being close to André Breton and other members of the Surrealist circle.

Nicknamed the “Queen of Spades” for her outspokenness, Lise Deharme also expressed herself through poetry and contributed to literary magazines. His engagement in the innovative artistic movements of the time left a distinctive mark on his work, reflecting the creative spirit and artistic excitement of 20th-century Paris.