Clutch leather bag in white, front
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This stylish clutch bag has a beautiful white color and is hand sewn by Hiroshi Inai, who uses "couture sellier" techniques which are French high end saddlery leatherwork methods. This bag is made from high quality "Nappa." The leather is produced by the Italian tanner Badalassi Carlo. It has a soft and smooth touch. You can enjoy the leather's evolution as you use it. 

The clutch bag has a decent size and strength. While there is no gusset (flat base), you can easily fit a notebook PC (photo is 13-inch MacBook), or an iPad and other small things like parcels inside. The stylish shape of the bag expresses simplicity and is based on Japanese minimalist aesthetics. It perfectly blends into a minimalist lifestyle.

The zip is stable and has a vintage look. It is made from brass and is reproduced from a vintage 1940's and 1950's fastener. The leather is stitched with waxed linen thread. 

Hiroshi creates leather products entirely by hand for his label named "qan:savi." All techniques and processes are performed by hand. He does not use machines at all. You can see the hand crafted beauty of the fine details in these products. 

Material: The leather is "Nappa" leather produced by the Italian tanner Badalassi Carlo. Waxed linen thread. Zip made from brass. 

Size: Length: 24cm (9.4") Width: 40.5cm (15.9") 
Please note that because it is a hand made product, the measurements may differ slightly from the actual size. Each bag has a natural and unique leather grain. 

About maker
qan:savi is the name of the leather goods label designed and handcrafted by Hiroshi Inai. The name "qan:savi" is pronounced like “kansabi” in Japanese. It is named after the Japanese word “kansabiru”, meaning “kan (kami) – god” and “sabiru – rusting.” “kansabiru” is ancient concept in which aged objects (or buildings) are seen as dignified or divine. You can feel a dignified quality in aged objects. Read more