OK, I am embarrased to admit that I actually make a living as an artist... but these I made with my mouse...so please forgive the poor quality. Also, apologies to those who read this in the inventory thread already, here are pics to go with the descriptions Prices are approximate, as (as I mentioned in the finds thread) I was overcome with rouge h intoxication. There was an incredible rouge h box jige elan that made my knees go weak. I hope these havent been posted before, apologies if they have, they were new for me! The first is the Cabas Tote. I was made of 100% ebene BARENIA!!! It is a STIFF STIFF bag, that has no slouch whatsoever, and probably never will. The lather was easily 1/8 inch thick. It is bucket shaped, and unlined. It has a drawstring herringbone insert, which sits in the bag and can be secured with a strap with a snap that forms a loop on the end. Or, you could use the strap for your keys or whatever, and remove the insert completely, and carry the bag naked....YUM. It looked awesome with a scarf tied on.. Its straps are like a kelly or birkin, in that they are rounded and very beefy, and are attached via palladium circular loops to a pair of beautiful plackets on each side. This bag really seems to have a saddle feel, in its thickness and emphases purely on the leather, not the hardware. GORGEOUS. The one I saw was pretty substantial in size, maybe 11 inches high, excluding the handles. I think it is about $3400, I remember thinking it was around the price of a swift pochette. This is a perfect prix de diane bag, IMHO! The other is the Chaine D'ancre clutch. The one I saw was ORANGE CHEVRE lined in matching agneau, the same buttery silky soft lining in the bolide. I nearly swooned!! It has, I believe a zipper pocket inside, or maybe no zipper, sorry, I cannot remember. It has a strap on the back side you can put your hand through, like a kelly elan. It is stitched along the outside, sellier style. It does not have a gusset, but because it has pockets and such inside, it is not flat like a jige, it has a bit of poof, so to speak. You can experience the beautiful inking along all the edges this way!!!. It was a little longer than the small jige. Its closure is a strap that is stitched onto the outside flap, and feeds through a beautiful chunky loop that poked through the flap. This one had GH I dont know why it is called chain d'ancre, as this motif is not in there. I think it was about 2200. I remember thinking it is not much more than a wallet. I think this bag would be incredible in chamonix. You could use it as an evening clutch, depending on the leather. It could go formal or casual. SO COOL!! I am sorry, that due to my DH hovering around looking at his watch I was not able to stay long enough to take notes, but I felt I MUST share this information. Both bags were incredible, and I am really quite enchanted with the tote. I am on a little ban at the moment but I think I may not be able to resiste the cabas tote much longer.