Burton Leather Bag Praline

  • The Burton handmade ladies leather handbag is an item of classic beauty, destined to become a cherished heirloom, and a wardrobe staple to be passed onto future generations. Handmade in London and designed only a few miles away in St Leonards on Sea to celebrate both the simple elegance of Decimus Burton's Regency architecture and the understated, utilitarian appeal of its wonderful natural vegetable tanned Italian bridle leather.  

    - Available in Praline & Ox Blood.
    - Handmade in England
    - 100% vegetable tanned Italian bridle leather, Denim lining.
    - Comes with leather treatment cream
    - 25cm x 27cm. Strap adjusts from 111cm - 121 cm

  • Care: Moisturise with provided cream every 2-3 months. Due to the nature of the unique vegetable tanned Italian hides, slight marks and blemishes may be present, precious animal hides should never be wasted. This character adds to the bags natural beauty, and after years of use will become part of it's individual story.

    Kay Avery-Stallion created the St Leonards brand in pursuit of a goal to design well-proportioned, pared down, beautifully designed products for stylish men and women the globe over. Her grandfather, Robert Leonard Avery was trained by the Royal Legion in leather craft during the mid-1950's and now all these years later it is only fitting Kay follows in his footsteps, manufacturing products at her East Sussex HQ and in London.

    The brand is deep-rooted in its surroundings. St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex, was the model town for the renowned Regency architect Decimus Burton. His elegant streets with far-reaching views of the sea created in the early 1800's, once one of the most elegant seaside towns in England. Much of that elegance can still be seen today, but now it's very much mixed up with a bohemian rough-and-ready artistic community, many of whom left London like her to enjoy a more relaxed pace and spectacular seaside living.

    St Leonards is not about style over substance. It's all about substance and forging your own sense of style whether you're 8 or 88.

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