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SOHO / LC MOSAIC - 300

London Calling

365.00
Introducing the "Soho" Mosaic Leather Clutch from our latest women's collection. Crafted in the iconic London Calling Cosmati patterned Calf leather, this clutch strikes the perfect balance between versatility and elegance. It features a chain and interchangeable port red leather strap, offering the option to wear it over the shoulder or across the body. When detached, it transforms into a chic and streamlined clutch – a seamless transition from day to night.

ICONIC VERSATILITY:
Unique design meets functionality with the signature cosmati mosaic pattern. The clutch's iconic slanted card slips detail adds an extra layer of distinction. Elevate your style with the "Soho" Mosaic Clutch – a true embodiment of versatility and sophistication.

MOSAIC PATTERN STORY:
This London Calling cosmati mosaic pattern is stamped on calf leather. It has been inspired by the original mosaic decorations found in the High altar of London's Westminster Abbey, built in the 13th century AD and on which no less than 38 kings and queens have been crowned.

MATERIAL:
100% Genuine calf leather body.
100% Genuine bovine leather trims and shoulder strap.
100% Cotton sateen lining.

100% Handcrafted in Italy.

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Mosaic Pattern Story

LONDON CALLING MOSAIC

The inspiration behind the London Calling Mosaic Pattern is taken from the original mosaic decorations found in the High altar of London's Westminster Abbey, built in the 13th century AD and on which no less than 38 kings and queens have been crowned.
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ORIGINAL COSMATI MOSAICS

The original mosaic decorations found in the High altar of London's Westminster Abbey, built in the 13th century AD and on which no less than 38 kings and queens have been crowned.
Mark Giusti