Lasts a lifetime! Perfect for professionals or students alike, each handmade bag softens beautifully and gets more gorgeous and unique with age. These high quality leather products receive rave reviews from our customers again and again; you'll fall in love with yours!
Handmade 100% leather Briefcase by vocational school students.
Made in Honduras.
2 Large pockets in middle and 1 smaller pocket in front.
Size is 15" x 13", with adjustable strap of 23"
Finishes are high quality, however because this is a handmade item there could be natural flaws in the leather or slight variations in color
Meet the Artisans
Handmade by students at our partner vocational school in Honduras:Lazarus Artisan Goods. They are committed to measuring impact based on a quadruple bottom line that measures success across the outcome of four indicators: People, Planet, Purpose, and Profit. Learn more aboutLazarus Artisan Goods.
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Your purchase of this quality, one-of-a-kind gift, empowers artisan survivors by helping support them with a living wage through meaningful employment. Learn more about theDo Good Shop.
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