1930's era Dover, NH Canvas Tote Bag
Beautiful rust colored canvas salvaged from a 1930's era duffel bag has thoughtfully reworked into a sturdy every day tote bag. This particular canvas once belonged to a member of the Tuttle family from Dover, NH - owners & operators of Tuttle Farm (est. 1632) one of the oldest running farms in the United States. The olive green canvas used along the top and as well as the bottom boot came from the same duffle bag as the rust colored canvas.
The material used to construct this bag approximately 85 years old but still in the most wonderful condition. Any discoloration of the fabric is the result of many years of natural wear and aging.
Fully lined with brown cotton canvas, this large bag can easily hold everything you need during the day or for a weekend away. Two large outer pockets as well as three inner pockets can comfortably fit a wallet, ipod, phone, etc.
Shoulder straps made from soft, 10oz brown cowhide.
Bag measures approximately 19 in wide, 15 in tall, 5 in deep.
Strap drop approximately 7 in.