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Leather backpack

Good condition

Black, Leather

[Product information] SKU:303215 Brand:CHANEL gender:Women Color:Black Gold Hardware Model:Lambskin Chain ball [Size(CM)] W29cm x H36cm x D15.5cm Shoulder:79cm [Size(Inch)] W11.4 x H14.2 x D6.1inch Shoulder:31.1inch [Material] leather/metal [specification] Closing ceremony:Turn lockoutside: Turn lock pocket x 1inside: interior zip pocket x 2 [Come with] None [Condition] Rank :Good There are rubbing, small scratches, and minor stain, but it is a relatively beautiful product as a vintage product.


  • Online since:2022-03-09
  • Categories :Women
  • Category:Bags
  • Sub-category:Backpacks
  • Designer:Chanel
  • Condition:Good condition
  • Material:Leather
  • Colour:Black
  • Location:Japan, from the seller samurai
  • Reference:21623123

Leather backpack

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