Product code: 40624561
The Bayswater has become one of Mulberry's most iconic creations, proving itself to be a timeless piece that is a a testament to the heritage of leather craft. This is an updated version of the classic bag that has upgraded the quality of the raw materials used to create a more refined leather and inking process.
The front of the bag features the signature postman's lock closure, made with a greater percentage of 14 carat gold than ever before to provide a glossier finish that is less prone to scratching or tarnishing. The interior sports a soft, brushed suede lining, showcasing an exceptional level of quality. You can even use the adjustable belted sides to give yourself more space inside.
Other features include the metal feet on the base, which help to protect the leather as well as allowing it to easily stand up and take pride of place wherever you go. There is a hanging fob with a hidden padlock on the side and the piece is completed with one internal zip and two slip pockets.
- H26.5 x W36 x D16.5cm (Handle drop: 15.5cm)
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- Wipe clean
The incredible success story of Mulberry began in 1971, when mother and son Joan and Roger Saul founded what would go on to become one of the most iconic British lifestyle brands of the modern era. They opened up a factory upon the rural backdrop of Somerset in 1973 and it didn’t take long for word to spread about their superior leather poacher, binocular and dispatch bags. Their designs were inspired by country activities such as hunting, shooting and fishing and became popular around the world.
Managing to remain at the height of fashion and ahead of the trends for decades, the Mulberry brand has established itself as one of the leading handbag manufacturers in the world, with instantly recognisable designs that remain timeless.
As well as having offices in big cities such as London and New York, the original factory is still in action today, being the only leather goods factory of its size left in the UK. There is even a popular apprenticeship scheme in place that aims to encourage local young people to learn about production and the necessary skills that are required to excel within this field.More from Mulberry