ELIZABETH in Black

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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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One of our classic style bags. We’ve deconstructed the ELIZABETH bag over the last few seasons, making it softer, but keeping the same luxurious details, including a bold zip and new gold-tone details. The internal details include silk red lining, two separate pockets for phones, a special pocket for your lip gloss, and a handy zipped pocket is ideal for your daily essentials. This luxurious soft shopper can be worn on the shoulder or in the crook of the arm.

 

Dimensions (cm): H34 x W42 x D11
Material: Black grain leather from Bologna, Italy. This full grain calf leather has been created exclusively for us by the leading Italian artisanal tannery. It is the ‘caviar leather’ and ages beautifully. The natural grain surface of the skin makes each piece unique. This is one of the most expensive calf skins you can buy and should give pleasure for generations.
External details: Mirrored gold-tone hardware, red fabric lining.

Story

  • Named after the Elizabetes Street in Riga, one of the most beautiful streets in the city. The street was established in 1812 and named after Elizabeth (Елизавета Алексеевна) – the wife of the Russian Emperor Alexander I, born Princess Louise of Baden.

  • In the 1920s, Elizabetes Street became an entertainment venue with several cinemas, cabarets, cafes, and restaurants. The street was called Riga Broadway. The tradition began after the end of the World War I. To celebrate the end of the war, city ​​residents wore their best clothes and walked along the Elizabetes Street from the one end of the street to the other and then back.

  • On the corner of Elizabetes Street, there was a restaurant Esplanade and a club Dancing Palace where a male beauty contest was held in 1925. While the second floor premises of the building were rented out to the Intimate Theater.