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Product code: MG02-V
Color: Green

92 in stock

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The golden lily, a symbol of royalty, has become the inspiration for the creation of the Fleur De Lys bag, part of the Royal Longing collection. The bold embroidery gives the bag a royal feel and highlights the majestic shape of the lilies. Made of natural leather, the Fleur de Lys bag will be a pleasure to wear each time. Proud by color and honorable through the embroidery, you will have in your wardrobe a piece as important as a crown.


Exterior green leather and an inside lining fabric.


Embroidered on one side of the bag.

Product care:

Everyday, we work closely with our craftsman to develop techniques that will ensure the durability of our products. In order to keep your product looking at its best, we recommend storing it in a box, protected from prolonged sunlight exposure, liquids and chemical cleaners. Clean with a dry or slightly damp cloth.

Because leather is a material that is affected by the passage of time, it will age naturally, so you might observe imperfections that occur over time due to usage. Since our products are made individually in an atelier, there is a possibility that two products will not be identical; there might also be a slight difference in color when compared to the photographs.

Size: 25 x 25 x 9 cm, strap 114 cm.


Our products are individually made and handcrafted which in turn causes the production time to take up to 10 working days, depending on stock availability.

In addition, the delivery takes between 5 to 7 working days, depending on the specified location.

On holidays and sales, the delivery time can be extended.


You can choose to return a product for a refund or exchange it for the price paid at the time of purchase.

Products can be returned within a maximum of 14 days of receipt.

For more information, please read our return policy.

Packaging and care

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