Sale - too good to be true?!

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  1. #1 Mar 27, 2016
    Last edited by a moderator: Mar 27, 2016
    I stumbled across this site when googling an old Mulberry model that has been discontinued:

    Has anybody heard of it? Is it legit?
    Could be heaven if we're talking authentic Mulberry :smile:
    The reason I found it was it showed up top 5 on a Google search...
  2. I may have spoken too soon...:sad:
    Been looking around and I get the feeling this is fake. Checked a few models I know about and instead of naming the Calder, they simply called it a shopping bag. The rest of the bags are named but i don't know enough about them to say anything for certain.
    I'm on my phone so everything is tiny but would still be happy if someone could just say "drop it" to give me some peace of mind... :smile:
    Have a great day!
  3. This is one of those sites selling replica bags, and pretending to be mulberry. Don't go there :smile:
  4. Mulberry only have one official website.

    Some other large stores have permission to sell on line: Harrods, Selfridges, Matches, John Lewis, etc....

    The link in the opening post is to a fake website
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