Leu Locati

Green satin mini bag

689481 (TaxFree: 394)

Green satin mini bag embellished with a precious handle replaceable with a practical strap. Brass accessories covered in gold. Silk satin lining with a precious internal print. Handmade in Italy by Leu Locati.

  • Green satin mini bag
  • Replaceable handle with a practical strap
  • Golden brass accessories
  • Silk satin lining with a precious internal print
  • Size: L 16 cm x H 17,5 cm (25 cm with handle)  x W 8 cm
  • Handmade product
  • Made in Italy

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Delivery Time
Shipping: 5 working days

Return Policy
The first Return Request is free, the following are at your expense.
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Best Quality Guarantee
In addition to the 30 days guarantee for return required by the European law, in case of damaged products or due to manufacturing defects, Barròco provides an extra 1-year quality guarantee on all our products. We trust in the quality of our products because:

– All our products and production processes have been inspected by our personnel
– All fabrics and leathers are certified and comes from Italy
– All our Artisans are worldwide known for their quality products and most of them are at their third or fourth generation

Best Price Guarantee
If you find a better price of the same product and manufacturer elsewhere we will match it.

Leu Locati

Luigi Locati starts his business in a little workshop in the center of Milan, where he manufactures leather sleeves for sacred books. Leu Locati company has been founded in 1908 and takes its name from Luigi and his grandchildren Emanuele and Umberto. Due to his strong desire to explore new craftsmanship techniques and supported by an important acknowledgement by the public, Locati decides to diversify the business creating small precious pochette.
The products has been adored by royalties, such as Queen Elizabeth II, Grace Kelly Princess of Monaco and celebrities from all around the world.
Their deep knowledge about craftsmanship techniques have been handed down from generation to generation, until the actual one that of Mr, Paolo Amato and Mrs. Flavia Fumagalli, representing the fifth generation treasuring this antique art.