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Le musée

Le musée

  • "Le musée" is french for "museum"

    This bag is truly a tribute to the art and the modernity thanks to these bright colors and its 5 well-known paintings. On the two mains sides we have « L’angelus » 1875 by Jean-François Millet and « Des glaneuses » 1857 by JF. Millet . Left and right side it's the famous « La liseuse » 1770 by Fragonard and the boy " James Alexander Simpson when a boy " by  Arthur William Devis. And last the bottom with the children is the famous "The Bowden Children" 1803 by John Hoppner.  A real museum !

    This one of a kind has been designed from amazing French cotton needlepoint tapestries that present on its five sides, plus the handles and the inside pocket. Perfect balance between supple, light and excellent quality. This French tote will be your best ally in any situation.

    Warning: you may feel like you're wearing a piece of art

    Yes this bag is machine washable, your welcome ;)

  • - Dimensions :

      Length 60cm/24in x Hight 44cm/17in  x Deep at base 26cm/10in

    - Handles : 60cm/ 24in

    - Inside flat pocket

    - Bag and strap lined in ecru cotton

    - Open top for easy access

    - Needlepoint tapestries sourced in France

    - Bag made in the U.S

    - One of a kind

    - Machine washable ( see care tips)


    Please note that all our bags & clutches are made from handmade vintage needlepoint tapestries that can show sometimes some imperfection, missing embroidery stitches or unstraight seams. In this, we intentionally make the choice to never repair it, respecting their history and the handmade work behind each treasure.

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