Market Tote - Formation
Market Tote - Formation
Market Tote - Formation
Market Tote - Formation
Market Tote - Formation

Market Tote - Formation

Regular price $129 Sale price $77.40
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A Nancybird favourite, we love giving our seasonal prints centre stage on this simple tote style. We’ve extended the straps on this one to fit more comfortably under the shoulder. Zoe Grey’s artwork is stunning in its vibrant rust, green and pale pink palette.

We’ve collaborated with artist Zoe Grey in this capsule collection.

Zoe lives and works in Lutruwita/Tasmania, painting the raw and rugged far North West of the island – symbols and shapes giving an impression of the landscape. We love her rich palette of rich rusty browns, deep greens, sky blue and dusty pink.

Waxed canvas body, woven cotton handles and printed cotton lining. closure.

100% cotton canvas, 100% cotton lining.

w 30 x h 42 x d 18cm 

Straps: Strap Drop 28cm

Leather is a natural product and will wear beautifully with age where good care has been taken. We recommend waterproof spray on purchase, and occasional cleaning and conditioning. Any suede areas should be protected with a spray, and cleaned with a suede brush.
Waxed canvas can be sprayed with fabric or leather protector and spot cleaned when needed.

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Return your full-priced item within 14 days, and you can receive a refund, exchange or credit note, valid for 6 months. For sale items, return within 14 days for an exchange or credit note, valid for 6 months.

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Meet the Makers - Leathergoods

These producers are based in Noida, near to Delhi in India.
They began as a leather tannery in 1954, and are still a family run business. 
We only use vegetable tanned leathers, which removes the need for chrome in tanning hides. Natural tannins (sourced from tree bark) are instead used in the tanning process.
We visit these makers annually, and all footage and photography is from our visits there.

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