1940's era Painter's Apron Carryall
A beige, paint splattered canvas work apron used by a painter in seacoast NH primarily in the 1940's has been thoughtfully transformed into a sturdy everyday tote bag. Features a WWII era brass ring that is perfect for holding your keys while on the go.
The material used to construct this bag is over 70 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. This drop cloth has been thoroughly cleaned a number of times but please note that some small dots of paint may chip off from the canvas still. However there is no chance that this would result in staining of clothing or other fabrics.
Fully lined with olive green cotton canvas, this large tote bag can easily hold everything you need during the day. Two large interior pockets can comfortably fit an iPod, phone, etc.
Shoulder straps made from sturdy 10oz brown cowhide.
Bag measures approximately 19.5 in wide, 14 in tall, 4 in deep.
Strap drop approximately 9 in.