Signare Convertible - Golden Fern
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This design, Golden Fern was inspired by a furnishing fabric designed by Scottish architect, furniture designer and author, Bruce J. Talbert (1838–81), in 1875. Talbert favoured a new aesthetic derived from Japanese decorative art, also known as Aestheticism. The art movement was a complex mixture of several styles, and emphasised the importance of art above everything else and the pleasure to be found in beautiful things. This design is now held in the V&A archive.Packed with three spacious compartments, it’s great for carrying a variety of items. Each one has its own zip for added security. Organising the contents of your bag has never been so simple!Three large compartments.Extra-long zip along the top of the bag allowing easier access to all its contents.Three inner zip pockets (one with a zip), perfect for storing your phone or loose change.Adjustable strap included with carabiner clips, allowing the bag to be converted into a shoulder bag.Robust faux-leather strap and handle.Four metal studs on the base of the bag