The Little Lygon Bag in Tan/Natural hair on hide is a perfect everyday carry-all.
Made in our Brunswick East workshop by our craftspeople from black and cream 'hair on hide' on one side and Australian bovine leather that is pre-washed with softening agents to give the leather a lovely soft feel on the other side.
Features an internal leather pouch for all your bits and pieces, two handles and a nice big base.
Each cow hide bag has unique markings, varying slightly from the pictures shown. Each bag is made from different parts of the hide which has different amounts of black markings. Some could have more black or less, others could have more natural or less natural on the hair on hide side.
If you have a specific request, please get in touch when you place your order.
Approximate Dimensions: 34cm (H) x 33cm (W) x 16.5cm (D)
Handle Drop Approximately: 37cm
Internal pouch approximate dimensions: 14.5cm (H) x 19.5cm (W)
DESIGN & MAKERS NOTES
Designed by Kerryn Brodie. Made by Lauren Redpath and Albert He in the Graine Brunswick East workshop.
Bovine Leather Care
To maintain the beauty of your Graine bag we recommend applying a good quality leather protector spray and using a good quality leather conditioner to treat the product, which will increase its longevity. (Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions.)
Do not put leather pieces on the ground or rub against abrasive surfaces.
Keep your leather piece, and its hardware, dry at all times.
Leather is a natural material and will wear with age and use.
Hair On Hide Care Do not use leather conditioner or protector on the hair on hide. If needed, use a soft, clean bristle brush in the direction of the hair to remove any remaining debris.
If you need to spot clean, first wipe with a humid soft cloth in the direction of the hair. Then use a clean sponge dampened with water or neutral soap to wipe away any dirt.
For stain removal, immediately remove any excess liquids or solids with a paper towel, soft clean cloth or sponge. Dab and wipe in direction of the hair. Soak up as much liquid as possible to prevent any liquids from soaking into the hide.