SWAN BAG GRAND - DEER
The Swan Bag is a piece of masterful art. A homage to the Danish national bird; the Swan. Its elegant silhouette and full-bodied proportions are brought to life via luxurious leather and age-old craftsmanship skills. Resulting in a soft and intricately constructed luxury bag with no visible outer seams or hardware, making it both endearingly timeless and completely modern.
For those who value their status as a connoisseur, the Swan Bag can signal a certain level of insider knowledge. Made in Denmark according to 200 years of craftsmanship principles and traditions, and enjoyed clasped, cradled and tucked nonchalantly in the crook of your arm.
This special version of the Swan Bag is expertly crafted from exquisite dear leather from the Royal, Danish forests dating back to 1939, originally chamois tanned and prepared for His Majesty King Christian X of Denmark. Making this piece a precious collector's item.
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:: Handcrafted in our atelier in Randers, Denmark. Far from perfect industrial lines, each bag is carefully made by hand for you
::Grand size measures approximately L:50cm x H:27cm x W:25cm
:: Grand size features 18 cm inside zipper pocket
:: Embellished with 14K gold plated RH Monogram
:: Personal monogram can be ordered
:: Allow 14 days for the bag to be crafted for you at our atelier
MATERIAL & CUT
:: Expertly crafted from exquisite royal forest deer leather dating back to 1939, originally chamois tanned for HRH King Christian X of Denmark
:: 0.5-0.7 mm thickness
:: Cut by hand as per centuries of glove-cutting tradition
:: Designed, crafted and built on more than 200 years of experience
:: Composition: 100% leather body and 100% velour lining
Made with the same craftsmanship principles and methods as glove making. Only featuring soft, round edges and movements that trail the material’s natural path.
THE ROYAL DEER
The royal deer leather is a century old treasure found in our atelier leather stock room.
Originally made for the royal court in Denmark in the 1930's and brought to life today by precious and iconic design pieces.