Good price for pre-owned oak bays?

marie-lou

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Hello everyone,

I am very new to Mulberry (being a true MJ addict) but... I have fallen madly in love with the oak bays.
I have done some "research" on this forum, but I could not find the answer I was looking for, so I am hoping someone might help.

I have found a year-old, pre-loved oak bayswater (darwin leather) for 375€ (500$ or £300). Is this a good price? It is in mint condition.

Thanks in advance!! :smile::flowers:
 

Lakrits

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If it is genuine it is a good price. You are welcome to have it authenticated on the AT thread if you need help !
 
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charliefarlie

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That does sound a good price, BUT Mulberry haven't been producing Bayswaters in Darwin for a few years. Good luck in your search!
 

IWantANewBag

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I would say that that is a great price. Defo have it authenticated on here though in case it is too good to be true, iykwim. The bag retails for more than twice that price now. Good luck and hope that you get your hands on one soon xx
 
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Thats an excellent price- if you check ebay good condition bays are going for nearer £400 or more- so do make sure it is genuine!!
 

Taz

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Good luck thats a fab price for a genuine Mulberry bays.
 

TheaBerry

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That does sound a good price, BUT Mulberry haven't been producing Bayswaters in Darwin for a few years. Good luck in your search!
This is a very important point. Darwin leather was discontinued say five years ago, now oak comes in nvt leather.

Good luck =)