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Liberty of London Foldover Clutches



The newest addition to my Liberty of London collection of clutches is the Tana Lawn Hera print. Named after the Greek goddess, whose sacred animal was the peacock, Liberty's Hera print was designed in 1887 and features an iconic peacock feather pattern. 


Clockwise from top left, Liberty of London's Floral Eve, Hera, Tresco in blue and Tresco in green.

New items are added to the shop every week so come visit the Pesky Cat Designs shop to peruse them all. Wishing you all a wonderful weekend!

Comments

How beautiful! Liberty of London is wonderful in the hand.
Yael said…
They are all lovely but that turquoise peacock one is my favorite!
Gorgeous! :-)

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