Small Bowling Bag Multi-studs
From the Orosei collection Campomaggi's Small Bowling Bag is hand cut from piece-dyed natural cowhide. With a zip top closure and 2 detachable leather straps, one 26" and one 50", the Small Bowling Bag is roomy enough for all your daily necessitites and compact enough to never get in the way. Carried as a shoulder bag or as a cross body.
The embellisment of studs and stones, each one hand set in Italy, recalls the shells amonsgt your toeas as your walked along the beaches of the Gulf of Orosei, Sardinia.
It is fully cotton lined, with lined inner pockets, both open and secure zipped.
Available in nero (black) and t. moro (dark brown)
- Piece dyed natural cowhide leather
- Top zip closure
- Fully cotton lined
- 2 fully lined inside pockets, one secure zippered
- 2 detachable interchanganble leather straps included: 26" and 50"
- Silver tone hardware
- Branded leather patch on back
- Cotton dust bag included
- Hand crafted and hand embellished in Italy
20 X 8 X 14 cms / 8" x 3.25" x 5.6"
Caring for your Campomaggi
For conserving your Campomaggi accessory is recommended to keep it in a dry place and away from sunlight as the sun's rays may change the color of the leather. Do not leave it in contact with moisture for a long time and do not use any type of detergent to wash it. After prolonged storage, rub with a dry cotton or wool cloth to restore the leather's beauty and shine.
The leather used for Campomaggi accessories is very easy to clean: simply brush it with a damp cloth to enhance its color and shine. Please avoid washing your accessory at home and avoid using any detergents because these may damage leather or fabric details. Please remember to check the result of any treatment in a small and hidden section of the bag to avoid damages on the whole bag.
Campomaggi "piece-dying" explained
Campomaggi creations are created by hand using a piece-dyeing process. This unique technique ensures that each bag, bracelet or belt has it's own unrepeatable shades and color reflections.This process deliberately presents stains due to brushing, which shouldn't be be considered as defects, but as typical results of this method, which makes every Campomaggi creation unique and exclusive.