Vintage Josef White Gold Glass Beaded Japan Evening Bag / Clutch Bridal Mother of Pearl Accent Purse
We have a love for beaded bags, the craftsmanship itself is so tedious gives you instant respect for the piece itself. This one we have kept in our wardrobe for years, just because we just love to adore it, but take it out on occasion and tuck in the strap to use as a clutch. Made in Japan for Bags by Josef. Tiny opalescent glass seed and bugle beads make a classic pattern with inset mother of pearl clasp in silver tone. The purse itself is condition and is lined with off-white satin. Given the age of the purse, it is in good condition. It would also make a perfect bridal purse. Take this rare opportunity to become its caretaker or give as a gift to enjoy! A smashing uncommon good and fashion statement! Please read below regarding about shipping information of this item.
8"W x 1.5"D x 5"H (OVERALL - EXTERIOR)
STRAP DROP 5” (FROM THE HIGHEST POINT OF THE STRAP TO THE BAG OPENING)
*Measurements are in approximate inches & always using the largest point of the object.
For US (domestic) destinations the shipping fee is included in the price. The item is in stock and will ship out within three (3) business days. However, if other shipping methods are requested - we will be happy to accommodate. Please provide us with your telephone number.
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