'The Bucklebury' cross body and shoulder bag in heritage navy

"The Bucklebury' is a bag that has been designed to be as beautiful as it is versatile.

 

It exudes quality and style and it is designed to adapt to individual comfort and needs.

 

The leather used is strong but tactile and soft and it even smells divine!

 

Handmade in a workshop in Somerset, so certain are we of the quality of the craftsmanship, that this product comes with a traditional lifetime guarantee.

 

The leather straps on the bag are wider than the those usually found on small bags which means extra comfort, however you decide to wear it. 

 

There are two gold circular rings on the bag that are secretly trigger hooks!  

They allow the straps to be detached and interchanged to make the bag super versatile.

 

Cross body - find your personal perfect fit using the adjustable strap.

 

Shoulder bag - use the short strap and tuck the bag securely 'underarm'

 

Carry as a clutch - remove both staps entirely or keep the short strap on but hook both ends through one trigger hook to act as a wrist strap.

 

Inside is lined with an oatmeal coloured cotton, it has a has a magdot closure and there is a suspended zipped pocket to secure precious or personal items.   

 

The bag will arrive in an Alder branded dust bag and custom branded box.

 

Please get in touch if you have any questions.

 

For standard FAQ's please click here

'The Bucklebury' cross body and shoulder bag in heritage navy

SKU: 284215376135195
£119.00Price
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"The leather is divinely soft and smells amazing"
Customer review by Ruth C

I am in LOVE with my new alder handbag . I would highly recommend you treat yourself or a lucky family member 
Customer review by Michelle P

"Carrying a laptop isn't the pain in the neck and back that it once was.

Put simply, this bag is a revelation!"

Customer review by L White

"10/10! No more nylon backpacks!

MY LAPTOP DESERVES MORE!

Beautiful leather bag, exquisitely made, functional yet fashionable.  I love it!"

Customer review by Anne F

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