Sienna

Smooth Navy

£45.00 Sale Save
Our Sienna bag is perfect for transitioning from weekday meetings to evening events. Handcrafted from full grain leather, the structured yet curved lined front flap form the overall look of Sienna, featuring an inner slip pocket and under flap magnetic closure to keep your possessions safe.
  • Height: 18.5cm / Width: 21cm / Depth: 7cm
  • Detachable Adjustable Shoulder Strap Length Centre Drop: Minimum 18 inches / Max 24 inches
  • Responsibly sourced Gold rated LWG full-grain leather
  • Recycled cotton lining
  • Front flap with magnetic closure
  • Spacious main compartment with inner slip pocket

We are committed to the responsible sourcing of all raw materials within our supply chain. Leather Working Group (LWG) is the world’s leading environmental certification for the leather industry. It affirms that our leather is tanned in an environmentally responsible way and is all certified with a Gold rating.

Orders are shipped Monday to Friday excluding UK Bank Holidays. Orders placed after 2pm on a Friday will be shipped the following Monday.

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Next Day Royal Mail (Order before 2pm Mon-Thurs) £5.99

Shipping to Europe - £14.99

Rest of world (Including North America & Australia) - £24.99

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Finest quality leather

We are proud that 100% of the leathers used in our current collection are from our partner tannery which holds a Gold certification rating from the Leather Working Group (LWG). LWG is the leading global auditing body for responsible leather sourcing.

100% recycled cotton Lining

All of our products are lined with 100% recycled cotton Lining. All of the thread we use on the product swing tags are 100% recycled cotton.

Recycled cotton has minimum impact on the environment and is made from existing cotton fabrics broken down into fibres that are then made into lining