In the protection of the all-seeing eye of the gods! An eerily realistic enameled metal and hand crafted leather eye, unflinchingly peers from the front flap of this stylish shoulder bag. Handmade of vintage-style black leather with adjustable strap.
Approximate dimensions: 19.5cm(7 3/4″) wide X 17.55cm(6 3/4″) high X 7cm(2 3/4″) deep.
AN 11″ high, highest quality Italian made, black leather back pack with two top zipped compartments. Front has appliqued black leather cross. With an Alchemy black rose ‘A’ badge, adjustable leather straps and hand loop.
In high quality leather, with large bank-note section, several card pockets and eyelet hole for chain attachment.
Approximate dimensions 17cm (6″) high X 11cm (4″) wide.
A stunningly hand-crafted masterpiece of alternative elegance. Vlad Dracul’s resting place, in sumptuous, antiqued burgundy red leather debossed with and orthodox cross surmounted by a pewter order of the dragon crest. The bag is internally divided with two zipped compartments, opening one from the top and the other from the side. The adjustable strap can be moved to orient the bag vertically or horizontally, or for use as a back pack.
For girls with a gothic heart. Vintage style black leather purse with contrasting washed black canvas heart. This purse comes with top zip opening and adjustable strap.
Sculpted leather bat shaped purse with zip top and curb chain strap.
Burgundy red edition of this popular evening purse with embossed pentagram, curb chain should strap and decorated zip pull. Approximately 14cm (5″) in diameter.
Gentleman officer’s belt pouch (with detachable shoulder strap option), of vintage cotton canvas and leather, with mobile phone and pen pockets.
High flying adventurer’s shoulder purse of vintage cotton canvas and leather with an adjustable strap.
Heavy duty, adventurer’s shoulder bag, hand-made of ‘vintage’ cotton canvas and leather, with concealed zipped compartments and various pockets for mobile phone, pens, etc. The metal plaque, in Latin, reads: “The fear of dying is worse than death itself”.