Botanical Beauty - 1950s Vintage Barkcloth 8" Antique Brass Kisslock Frame Crossbody Shoulder Bag

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This purse is hand made, by me, from vintage barkcloth* fabric. Purse specs:

~ Outside fabric is 100% vintage cotton barkcloth and interfaced with thick
~ Back zip pocket measures 6” wide x 5 1/2” deep.
~ Inside lining is 100% cotton canvas and has slip pocket
~ Overall purse measures 9”x10”
~ Bottom is boxed (gusseted) at 3” wide.
~ Top of purse opens with an 8” antique brass kisslock frame
~ 3/4” nylon strap is adjustable to 54”

Also, please note: this purse comes with a black strap. If you'd prefer a
brown strap instead, please convo me!

Purse care: I suggest protecting it with Scotchgard. The purse can be hand
washed in warm water with mild detergent and hung to dry.

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Please note: I do not accept returns on items. Therefore, it is important that
you pay attention to all measurements and ask any questions beforehand. I'm
also happy to provide you additional pictures. I apologize for this update, but
I am a one-woman operation, not a big box store. Thank you for your

Photos, description ©2022 Constance Scott, dba Mercedes Sherwood Designs.

*Barkcloth is an upholstery weight cotton fabric, generally made into
curtains, that had it's heyday from the 1930s through the 1950s. The prints are
usually bold, bright and quite distinctive to their era in history. Barkcloth
from the 30's often contained beautiful tropicals, often combining floral and
geometric patterns. Fabric from the 40's were rich in figural, regional imagery
and fabric from the 50's enjoyed images of atoms, cell structures and other
geometrics. The term “barkcloth” was a generic household term of the period
used to describe the nubby, bark-like texture of cotton curtains made from a
twisted two-ply weave.

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