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Two, just two, that's what this gorgeous Eucalyptus hide yielded - two Forager versions of my classic Rory tote. Sage was a strong contender for naming this beautiful colour. It's not quite Teal. It's a green but is slightly grey. All photos are taken in natural light, no editing.
These are Ora #1821 and #1822, ready to ship, twin limited edition bags XO
About the Forager Edition:
Rory, my personal favourite. The special edition Forager version is made with extra thick leather. This version is taller than the classic Rory - this is a full size tough tote.
This tote bag features industrial grommets with braided leather straps. Double stitching reinforces each seam. Rory is a single compartment tote, large enough to fit your laptop and all your daily needs. Strong enough to haul groceries, or to use for foraging - what will you use yours to gather and hold and carry with you?
bottom width (front) 14"
bottom width (side) 4"
top opening 20"
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*A note on leather: leather gets better with age! Black leather will change more in hand (feel) while lighter coloured leather will take on more visual character - similar to a beautiful pair of brown leather boots or a favourite brown leather belt. Leather is a natural product and therefore hide colour variations, signs of wear and tear, and colour changes from daily use are normal. The character of leather will evolve over time, so irregularities, patina, and changes to texture should be considered natural parts of the evolution of your leather object. Irregularities should not be considered faults, but rather part of the charm of the natural beauty of leather.