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GIANNI VERSACE Vintage Ribbon Large Hobo Bag

Versace Hobo Bag in Cream Leather and Ribbons, 2000s Vintage Versace. Unique bag. Authentic vintage This style is rare, cannot find another on the market! 14.5” Width x 12.5” Height x 3” Depth x 9" Handle drop Made of genuine leather in beige / cream color Hobo women's bag by the Italian manufacturer Versace. Designed in a classic and simple silhouette, this Versace hobo bag will be a special addition to any wardrobe. It is made of leather and is finished with two ribbons with the Versace logo branded on it on both sides of the bag. The bag opens onto a satin-lined interior which houses a zip pocket. Inside is the Versace logo. All pictures are of the actual item being sold Pre-owned in good condition All major signs of wear are shown. Slight imperfections only on one side of bag as pictured (hardly noticeable) reflected in price. Has some stains inside the bag Comes with original dustbag and receipt


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GIANNI VERSACE Vintage Ribbon Large Hobo Bag

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