Authenticate This BOTTEGA VENETA

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  1. Thank you, boxermom! Now I can relax and focus on acting surprised if the bag appears in a few weeks! Thanks again for contributing your expertise -- you and the other kind authenticators must assuage much anxiety every day with your work here. :ty:
  2. Thank you! You are the best!
  3. This picture has been added. Thanks!
  4. Sometimes her photos come out dark. If I recall Shadow had some (but much much less) of the same taupe undertones as steel. Am I remembering this correctly?
  5. #53 Jan 19, 2014
    Last edited: Jan 19, 2014
    Item Name: 2008 Baltic Pleated Veneta Large
    Comments: My first BV bag... extremely nervous.. since i think the baltic bags online are darker in grey... Nervous wreck...

    Needed Pictures: Please make sure the item in question has clear close-ups of
    1. all logos including those on hardware and pressed into leather
    (none on hardware as far as i can tell)
    2. both sides of the authenticity tag[/COLOR]


    4. views of the lining

    5. outside views of all sides and bottom




    6. views of hardware

    7. mirror, both sides if applicable
    No mirror available.
  6. This is authentic, and the color code is indeed Baltic. You can stop being nervous now! Beautiful bag!
  7. Thanks!! Can sleep easily now.. is a strange and mesmerising color.. a mixture of light and dark grey
  8. Yes - Bottega Veneta does those sorts of colors so well - always changing, so you're never bored with it. Congrats!
  9. Hi, I recently purchased a BV Intrecciato VN wallet online as a gift... Any help to authenticate this would be much appreciated!

    The backside of the tag inside the slot compartment (right hand slot) says Originality Certified, followed by a one-line code that starts with B and ends with A if I'm not mistaken... it's really hard to flip it over as I'm afraid of messing up the structure..:sweatdrop:

    Attached Files:

  10. We need to see the back side of the tag - the wallet will take much more than you flipping up the tag to photograph it - :smile: Please see the first post in this thread for the layout of what we need to authenticate. Thanks!