Wallet Crossbody Bag
Wallet Crossbody Bag
Wallet Crossbody Bag
Wallet Crossbody Bag
Wallet Crossbody Bag
Wallet Crossbody Bag
Wallet Crossbody Bag
Wallet Crossbody Bag
Wallet Crossbody Bag
Wallet Crossbody Bag
Wallet Crossbody Bag
Wallet Crossbody Bag
Wallet Crossbody Bag
Wallet Crossbody Bag

Wallet Crossbody Bag

Regular price $695
Unit price  per 
Made In South Africa
STYLE:
Color
Black Ostrich Shin
Python
Tangerine Ostrich Semi Quill

Crossbody wallet handbag with snap closure, leather lining, six credit card slots, two large expandable interior pockets, exterior pocket and detachable nickel-plated brass chain. Each hide is tracked and certified by CITES adhering to rigid sustainability and animal welfare standards.

Approximate Dimensions: 8" x 2.5" x 5"; 23" strap drop
Avoid contact with water, oils, creams and any staining liquids. To clean, wipe with a soft cloth in the direction of the scale. Store in a dust bag in a temperate environment and fill with tissue paper to maintain shape.
  • Free shipping on orders over $100 in the contiguous 48 US states
  • $4 shipping on orders under $100 in the contiguous 48 US states
  • Full shipping and return policies on our FAQ

ABOUT

Now in its third generation, the granddaughter leads the charge at Africa’s premier exotic leather handbag manufacturer. Their handbags are worn by celebrities and royalty around the world. With their unparalleled quality, it is not surprising that they also produce handbags for international haute couture brands.

The family has led the way on eco-friendly practices, and helped to create South Africa’s governing body that sets industry standards for sustainability in exotic leather production. 

Following rigid international standards, all of the exotic animals are farm-raised, never taken from the wild. Nothing goes to waste, whether used by the food industry or for other byproducts. Each hide is tracked and certified by CITES rigid sustainability and animal welfare standards

The family’s leather legacy spans several countries back to the 1960s when Queen Elizabeth was a customer of the grandfather’s leather workshop in Cairo, Egypt. 

The company now employs more than ninety leather workers, many of whom have been there since they first opened in Cape Town almost fifty years ago.