Never actually carried, at first review you'd be forgiven for thinking it was nearly new.
Nicely shaped, a soft and supple hide with lovely creasy side panels, and though holding its shape currently, will relax with use and become more slouchy in time.
Lots of capacity for everyday, its divided into three sections, the middle being lined in a hardwearing, cream grossgrain, the outer two are lined in a sumptious, thick nap suede.
Colour consistent (any tonal differences in the photos are purely how she looks in different lights), there's no wear...corners and curves all perfect (any white marks in the photos are light reflections)
A small smudge of inking, (edge sealent) on the inner side of the top RH side of the flap and two to the lower front LH corner, as present at the time of purchase. A very small, vague mark to the middle of the rear of the bag, (shown in zoom and from normal distance), a rub to the middle, front, near the base piping and some drying to the inking in the centre of the top zip aperture, all shown in the last photo collation in the Gallery above.
A number of very small white scuffs* to the base, all shown in the close up photos above. These are barely visible to the naked eye.
Shoulder straps are well shaped and embossed rivets, D rings and buckles all excellent. As is so often seen on the engraved zip pulls to each side of the front pockets of these bags, the metalware can aquire light dinks to their edges. Only one present on the LH side of the LH zip pull, as shown.
Pristine interior lining to the zip compartment and suede outer sections. The strap comes over the top of the bag to close with a self locating popper beneath the faux buckle.
Made in England.
34cm wide x 20cm high x 15cm deep
The shoulder straps are fixed with a drop of 19cm (can be a snug fit on the shoulder if the bag is filled)