Gucci

Dionysus Mini Handbag

£1,400.00
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Gucci

Dionysus Mini Handbag

£1,400.00

Reworked for the new season in the most striking hot-pink colourway, this Gucci Dionysus leather tote is an instant style — and mood — booster. Inspired by Dionysus, the Greek god of pleasure and ecstasy, it features a swarovski crystal embellished tiger-head motif clasp — a reference to the handbags' namesake, who in Greek mythology is said to have crossed the river Tigris on a tiger sent to him by the supreme ruler of the gods, Zeus. Detailed with a hand-painted finish, this versatile piece comes furnished with antiqued silver-tone hardware and an adjustable sliding chain shoulder-strap for the girl on-the-go. Wear it as a vibrant pop of colour alongside a double denim get-up and you’ll be as pleased as little old Dionysus was crossing that river.

 

Hand-finished
Gucci fuchsia grained leather shoulder bag
Chain shoulder strap, crystal-embellished tiger head detail, antique silver hardware, concealed internal front slip pocket, canvas lining
Concealed push lock fastening at flap front
Comes with a dust bag
Width: 8 inches/ 20cm
Height: 6 inches/ 15cm
Depth: 2 inches/ 5cm
Shoulder strap drop: 24 inches/ 60cm

  • Gucci fuchsia grained leather shoulder bag Hand-painted finish Chain shoulder strap Crystal-embellished tiger head detail Antique silver hardware Concealed internal front slip pocket Canvas lining Concealed push lock fastening at flap front Comes with a dust bag Width: 8 inches/ 20cm Height: 6 inches/ 15cm Depth: 2 inches/ 5cm Shoulder strap drop: 24 inches/ 60cm
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