If you like tooled leather purses but don’t like the large size of a lot of pieces out there, we have a perfect solution: This small, rounded yellow purse in shades of topaz to orange and a slightly green yellow makes a great accessory without taking up too much room. Accented with tooled flowers and heavy black leather stitches, these colors of this purse go well with the warm yellow-based colors of Fall/Winter 2012. Please click here for more sizing and information.
For that really fun-loving look from the mid-eighties, you can’t do much better than this purse. Made by “Desiree” in faux black leather and alligator-texture material, this purse combines a black background with several multicolored, highly asymmetrical shapes. Like so many other eighties purses, this features a very skinny strap so as not to pull the eye away from the party on this purse. Click here for more views and details!
Made in the New Mexico town of Chimayó, this red 1940’s clutch purse pays tribute to the long tradition of weaving practiced in the area. This area is rich in history, scenery, cooking, and is even a pilgrimage site. For a splash of color and Southwestern styling in your accessories, please go here for more views and information:
I’ve seen box purses , but this is a really interesting take on such a mid-century style of purse. We have here a Victorian scene with a lot of information. It looks like Father is sitting in front of a scenic backdrop to have his photograph made while Mother and Daughter look on from the doorway. Mother is looking pretty and friendly in her hat, and Daughter looking around as she takes a break from playing with her metal hoop. The photographer’s studio walls are adorned with pictures of other people who have had their picture taken and then, if you look to his right, you see what looks like one of those silhouette pictures of the photographer plying his trade. The whole thing is fastened with a silver-tone twist clasp. To see the green velvety lining and mirror inside, as well as other views of this unique piece, please click here.