Floré Lambskin Leather Bags Handmade in Italy

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Campo dei Fiori for the Ladies

a delicate design on resistant lambskin leather


The Campo dei Fiori designer Italian leather handbags are made from 100% genuine lambskin leather which is exceptionally soft and lightweight. The delicate pastel colors of rose, cornflower, saffron, sage and violet have been digitally printed onto this resistant Italian leather to create a delicately sweet flower bouquet, reminiscent of the flower markets in Italy.

The Italian leather accessories in the Campo dei Fiori Collection are convenient because of their small size and wide selection of pockets, pouches and slots. They are the perfect touch for every woman – young or mature – adding a feminine allure to their wardrobe. Just imagine a light Mediterranean breeze as it sweeps through the fields of wild flowers growing on the rolling hillsides in the Italian countryside. One look at these leather bags and accessories and one can almost imagine the fragrant scent of springtime blossoms, the buzz of the bees and the warm sun as shines upon the Earth.


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The classic styles are accented with a rich tobacco colored leather, the perfect complement to the coin purses, key chains, wallets and beauty cases.  The resistant leather accents are not just for their good looks but also enhance the wear-ability of the leather handbags.  All of the handles, shoulder straps and pull tabs are made of this long lasting Cuoio leather.  The interiors of handbags are in a neutral beige colored 100% cotton lining, this luminous color makes searching for items easy and fast.  It is obvious that these bags were made to last, not only in their timeless design but also in their practical composition.

The name Campo dei Fiori is most appropriate.  It translates into fields of flowers and refers to the picturesque square in the city center of Rome. It was once a peaceful and undisturbed meadow, and over the centuries has developed into a flourishing market. Every morning, except on Sundays, you can find a varying selection of stalls selling seasonal fruits and vegetables, traditional savory favorites, small household items, and of course, fresh flowers. Though also used for public executions, over time it has become quite representative of the fun, clever and passionate personality of the Romans themselves. The square has always remained a focus for commercial and street culture during the day: in fact the surrounding streets are named for antique trades and traditions —Via dei Balestrari (crossbow-makers), Via dei Baullari (coffer-makers), Via dei Cappellari (hat-makers), Via dei Chiavari (key-makers) and Via dei Giubbonari (tailors).