1.a medium in size satchel made in the Barossa out of high-quality leather carried across the body or on the shoulder by a long strap and closed by a flap with leather fasteners.
This stunning medium-sized satchel comes from the first design made by Sunshine Barossa Australia which is still nicknamed the "Carol bag" by the crafters. Its use of amazing buttery yet strong leathers that get better with age, solid antique brass rings and the natural raw edge of the leather hide used on the flap gives every bag its own one-of-a-kind uniqueness. All are proudly South Australian-made and designed in our beautiful Barossa Valley.
The fasteners to this bag are not only extremely practical but are a definite feature. The two leather straps and tabs being fastened to the bag with beautiful contrast stitching and an antique brass post for added security.
The satchels sit across the body with ease with a soft wide leather strap for comfort. The straps are wider in the middle and tapered towards the ends so can be knotted onto the antique brass rings. This is the way you adjust the strap to suit exactly how you want to wear it and the soft durable leather will mould to your body to give you a very comfortable to wear bag.
2 x doubled over leather straps with contrast stitching to fasten the bag on to antique brass posts then threaded through stitched on leather tabs
Internal open pocket 20w x 20h (cm)
2 x 3.5 cm diameter solid antique brass rings to attach the handle
Antique brass rivets
25h x 30w x 4d (cm)
Leather strap 8cm wide in middle tapered to 2.5cm wide
Strap Length- 174cm before knotting onto the bag
Disclosure for all leather products:
Here at Sunshine Barossa Australia, we seek to celebrate what nature has created. Please remember when purchasing this Sunshine Barossa product that your piece is made from natural hide and there may be slight differences between the product pictured and the product you receive as no two natural hides are the same. There may be slight variations in appearance, colour, tone, markings and pattern. There may also be small lines (scars) or other markings on a natural hide. These variations are not faults or defects, they are a part of the unique charm of a natural hide product.