Officina del Poggio

ODP Large Cesta Basket Bag - Various Colors

Regular price € 595
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Natural embossed
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Inspired by traditional Sicilian basket bags, the Cesta Bag is a timeless shape in resistant embossed vacchetta leather.

Handcrafted in Tuscany, each handle is attached with 24 hand-sewn stitches for maximum strength. The vegetable-tanned leather is unlined for a more authentic feel, with a natural finish that will age gracefully over time.

  • Embossed vacchetta leather with smooth leather handles

  • Detachable zipped pochette

  • Solid brass hardware

  • Leather strap (42cm drop) can be hidden inside when not used

  • Made-in-Italy

  • 45cm length x 18cm depth x 28cm height

All of the leathers we use are certified tanneries of the Leather Working Group, a global multi-stakeholder community committed to building a sustainable future with responsible leather through enforcing best practices and positive social and environmental change for responsible leather production.

Crafted with Italian vegetable-tanned leather, with skins from northern Europe tanned in Tuscany. The tannery is a founding member of the Italian Vegetable Tanned Leather Consortium, using traditional methods using natural plant-derived dyes rather than harmful chemicals. The leather is lightly treated with a finishing to protect from scratches and ensure an even patina.

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We ship from Italy and offer FREE EXPRESS WORLDWIDE SHIPPING for orders over €200. Duties and taxes are included in shipping to US, UK and the European Union. Learn more about shipping to your country here.

If you are not satisfied with your purchase you can return it to us within 14 days for refund. More informations about our return policyhere.

GIVING BACK: 3% of every purchase wil be donated to DIRT, a UK charity working globally to turn fashion into a climate solution, starting with the soil. More info here.