• This bag is made of made of calf leather with a compact and a smooth finish. Entirely molded, its curvy shape emerges as the leather is pressed over a metal structure. This meticulous technique creates unique pieces that are sensitive to the asperities of the hand that makes them. Its construction is seamless and unlined; each bag is waxed and polished by hand. The result is a bag with an organic shape which can be carried on the shoulder or as a crossbody thanks to its adjustable and removable strap.

  • Removable and adjustable strap
    Raw painted edges
    Length 17.3 cm
    Width 16.5 cm
    Depth 5 cm

    Made in Spain
    Style: X 213 BG271 LL161

  • Vegetable-tanned leather from Spain
    100% Cow leather

    All leathers for Lemaire shoes and leather goods come from hides originating from the food industry. These skins are recovered and valued at each stage by a tanning process in order to make our products.

    We recommend that you maintain your piece with the use of a neutral colorless wax to enhance its shine and ensure its protection. Do not leave your leather exposed to the sun or intense light over an extended period to avoid marks from appearing and premature wrinkling. Do not allow this leather to become wet and do not expose it to humid conditions before it receives a water-repelling treatment. Professional leather cleaning only.

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LEMAIRE presents five new molded leather accessories with clean and soft lines, handcrafted in the region of Cadiz in Spain. Extending the idea of bags as objects, this new line of Molded offers five pieces that honor the singular and ancestral know-how from the town of Ubrique: a phone holder, a card holder, a cigarette holder, a key holder and the Tacco Bag. The molded form of each pieces is achieved by pressing wet leather encased in a metal mold. The leather is held taut in the heavy frame and, as the hours pass, takes on the desired shape. The shell shape emerges once the form is removed from the mold and cut to size. It is then smoothed out by hand, using the traditional patacabra wooden hammer on a resin base, to remove any remaining irregularities. Dye is applied to the edges with a brush to highlight the contours of each item, which is then waxed by hand to reveal the full potential of the leather’s deep sheen.
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