Desert Waterbag Crossbody
American Glory are meticulously handcrafted Handbags & Accessories, inspired by history vintage advertising, packaging & ephemera from the early 20th Century are nostalgic and gives a connection to America's past.
Desert Waterbag, Pueblo, CO, between the 1920's-1960's a bag with similar logo was filled with water and hung from outside of car the water inside bag was used for drinking and filling radiator. Printed on canvas for heavy duty strength using antique brass hardware, you will love the look and feel of this bag.
Canvas Crossbody has a washed worn look, great tomboy/unisex bag which uses copper shot gun labeled snaps for flap closer. Internal pockets on either side of bag along with a large center divider pocket, bag is light weight but durable. 2" wide washed webbing cross body strap connects to antique brass square-ring.
SIZE: 9" L x 11" H x 2 1/2" D
Crossbody Straps: 2" wide webbing fixed, 50" total length
Internal Pockets: zipper pocket length is 7", 2 open pockets & 9" wide center divider pocket
Outer Shell: 100% Cotton Canvas
Inner Shell: 100% Cotton
Hardware: Antique Brass & Copper
Care: Spot clean outer & Inner shell and/or machine was on gentle cycle
Print/Image: screen printed is replication of desert waterbag, print is on front of bag only, print color is dark grey with dark red
Refund & return policy
No refund or returns allowed on this purchase.
Exceptions may apply. Please message Gina for more information.
All my artwork is inspired by American History replicating vintage burlap sacks and advertising from the turn of the 19th century, fabrics are either linen and/or canvas with leather details, bags are meant to look worn and aged. I make the pattern for bag shape, create artwork, burn films, screenprint, cut fabric