BRUNNELLA ORANGE

Regular price $179.00
Sale price $179.00 Regular price
Tax included.
  • Expected delivery:04 Oct - 08 Oct

  • 1st free size change

BRUNNELLA ORANGE

BRUNNELLA ORANGE

Regular price $179.00
Sale price $179.00 Regular price
Description
  • Recycled split leather maxi bag 
  • Bag made in Ubrique (Made in Spain)
  • It has detail of having braided sides
  • It does not have closure, when carrying puetso hanging on the shoulder it remains closed with the arm
  • inside pocket
Returns & Exchanges

At La Mansa we offer exchanges and returns of all our products (*). The first size change is free.  To manage a change or if you want a return, you must complete the form that we have available in this link.

Remember that we do not accept returns of hats, certain accessories, home accessories and more products. (*) Consult those products that do not have a return option in this link

Shipments

Shipments over €80 in Peninsular Spain and Portugal are free.

For the rest of the rates consult the following link .

EACH PIECE HAS YOUR UNIQUE STORY

Each piece, being handmade by artisans and with natural fibers, makes you have a unique and unrepeatable piece.

DIFFERENT DESIGNS

That reflect and respect the cultures of the artisans

DIRECT TREATMENT

With the artisans to make sure that the conditions are fair.

NATURAL FIBERS

Of the highest quality so that the pieces last over time.

La Mansa emerges from the mixture and respect of cultures from different parts of the world. We make sure that each piece is of quality and that the artisans can express themselves in each design. In this way, each piece is exclusive with great human value.

- Eduardo Barbé, CEO

Fast shipments in 3/5 days

Fast shipments in 3/5 days

We work with Nacex in Spain and Portugal; Fedex for rest of the world.

Free exchanges and returns

Free exchanges and returns

Easy and comfortable filling in the form. The first size change is free.

100% handmade pieces

100% handmade pieces

All our products are special pieces made by hand by artisans from small communities in more than 10 countries around the world.