ALBERTA clutch in Midnight Blue Iguana

255.00

SOLD OUT. Sorry, this item is currently out of stock, but if you BUY NOW - it will be handcrafted specially for you and delivered to your door. Please be aware that production can take 10 to 20 working day's to complete.

Make your bag unique and truly yours. We offer to personalise your TATIS Riga bag with a special message or your Name/Surname on a gold-tone metallic plate (size 7 x 2,5cm). The plate is placed inside the bag on luxurious red silk lining. Read more

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Handmade in one of the oldest purse frame workshops in Baltics – at TATIS Riga studio. The ALBERTA clutch is a popular choice for special occasions or weddings. The interior can be personalised with a hidden personal message that will make the owner smile every time she uses it. The ALBERTA makes a perfect wedding gift to commemorate a special day for the bride, her mother or her bridesmaids.

 

Dimensions (cm): H 11 x W 16 x D 5.5

MaterialIguana skin print on midnight blue calf leather from Milan, Italy. This iguana skin effect on calfskin has been embossed exclusively for us with a heat press by the leading Italian artisanal tannery. It is the ‘caviar leather’ and ages beautifully. The natural characteristics of the skin make each piece unique. This is one of the most expensive calf skins you can buy and should give pleasure for generations.

Details: Mirrored gold-tone frame, suede lining.

Story

  • Alberta iela is known for its Art Nouveau buildings. It was built in 1900 and named after Bishop Albert  (Albrecht von Buxthoeven), founder of Riga city in 1201. Each of the buildings standing alone as an inimitable 20th century architectural achievement. Eight buildings are now recognised as architectural monuments of national significance.

  • Alberta iela is known for its Art Nouveau buildings. It was built in 1900 and named after Bishop Albert  (Albrecht von Buxthoeven), founder of Riga city in 1201. Each of the buildings standing alone as an inimitable 20th century architectural achievement. Eight buildings are now recognised as architectural monuments of national significance.