Gorgeous ochre - tone Argentine python snakeskin clutch by Rosenfeld! The clutch is rectangular, with clean lines and a glossy finish, as well as a fold-over closure. The interior is lined in tan leather, has a pocket, and features the Rosenfeld gold stamp as well as a tag that translates to "Genuine Snakeskin, Trade of Argentina." Wonderful timeless silhouette and handbag that has beautifully withstood the test of time!
In excellent vintage condition!
Fantastic 1960's Italian dark brown Lucite clutch with a circle indent in the center front and back. Beaded lucite and silver chain strap. Clutch features silver hardware and brown leather interior lining. Can be used as clutch or a shoulder bag. Made in Italy.
Length: 10, Width: 1 1/2, Depth: 4 3/4, Drop: 13 1/4 inches
*All MRS Couture garments and accessories have been professionally cleaned and thoroughly checked before shipping. They are ready to wear upon arrival.
Elegant black folio - style top zipper clutch by Roberta di Camerino. The piece is primarily composed of black pebbled leather, with rounded corners, and a zipper at the top. Features the famous Roberta "R" belt logo on a gold, black, and red stripe accent in the lower left of the bag. From the "Ambassador" line. Made in Italy.
Giuliana Camerino (née Coen) was born to a Jewish family in Venice. In 1943, as World War ii raged on, the Camerinos fled to Switzerland where Giuliana began designing handbags for local leather goods stores. Camerino founded the house “Roberta di Camerino” in 1945. The business was named after the 1935 Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers film “Roberta”; The song “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes” was the last tune Camerino listened to before escaping to Switzerland.
Roberta di Camerino handbags quickly became known for their innovative use of patterned and colored fabric, two materials that had never been used in handbags. Camerino continued to develop new and interesting designs that would go on to inspire others, including using an “R”-trellis pattern in 1946 that predated Gucci’s iconic “G” pattern handbags and accessories, a the woven leather handbag in 1957 that anticipated the Bottega Veneta woven look, and a hinged handbag that Prada later went on to imitate. Camerino helped develop the post-WW2 venetian economy, employing venetian craftsmen to create many materials, including the brass hardware she used in her striking, cut-velvet bags, and to weave fabric using local antique looms. Camerino branched out into apparel; much of her clothing had distinctive optical illusion tromp l’oeil prints, pleats, buckles, and ruffles.
Minimalist black clutch by Rodo. The silk satin clutch is rectangular with curved and bowed edges, and features a small but eye catching silver tone snap closure. The snap closure is composed of a large polished silver snap and a smaller silver rhinestone studded snap on a "RODO" base. The interior of the purse is lined in a satin labeled "RODO"; print fabric and features a small pocket and metallic Rodo label. The clutch comes with a silver tone chain that can be left inside the purse for convenience.
Clutch comes with dust bag. In excellent vintage condition!
Makes a perfect gift and can be used for almost any occasion; any time day or anytime of year!