Late 1940’s/early 1950’s mid-brown leather framed handbag made in England by quality producer Bagcraft (later holder of a Royal Warrant by appointment to the Queen for the manufacture of handbags).
The bag has gold tone fittings, a clasp with a leather inlay and a leather pull to the front. The lining is contrasting beige rayon, with only minor signs of use. There is one large zipped pocket, and two further slip pockets.
The condition is very good. There is some light wear to the corners and some creasing of the leather. The original mirror is present (some age related wear) together with a matching rayon coin purse, with suede lining and leather trim (light marks to the exterior).
Measures: width 24cm, height 18cm, handle drop to bag is 16cm.