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Thankyou this thread helped alot!
From the pic, and whichever this part is, it looks like boar (pigskin)
Thanks, yes I thought it probably was.
Hello! I would love to know more about this bag, it was purchased new by me at NM Gucci boutique anywhere from 10-20 years ago. I only remember that it was at sale time, it was missing the price tag and the sales associate made a handwritten tag and priced it around 500-700.00. I know that’s really vague but it’s a start. I always assumed it was embossed but the skin pattern is too irregular and Papertiger has told me in another thread that it’s croc. I would love to know if it had a style name and who was designing Gucci at the time. Pictures include the dust bag and booklet in case it helps with dating.
Thank you very much for your help!
An early Millennium bag (TF as CD - Frida joined the company as handbag designer in 2002). People think TF when they wave their post-2003 bags but actually she designed them, your bag is slightly earlier. Strangely Gucci was more popular for its TF RTW at that time but it's a good example of the little minimalist shoulder bags in fashion at that time. That it's croc means there won't have been many so pretty rare.
Thank you, PT! It’s funny I’ve always loved this bag and dreamed of owning a “real croc” bag in this color. My dream came true! I’m glad it’s minimalist style still feels fresh to me.
Hey Guys, I’m new to site. Keep getting ragged about posting in the wrong places. Could someone assist with this post please?
See link below:
Vintage Gucci Travel Case
Ladies and Gents - Thank you. I’ve gone through every post and you all have some AMAZING pieces. Comments/Advice incredibly informative. Definitely inspiring me to start collecting! Thank you!
I’m new here and oldie lover so would like to post a couple of them I got recently. Please, could someone tell me the year of production and style? Many thanks in advance!
note: second one has three compartments and no serial because interior has been restored.
We need an inside shot of the tag to date