This fold-over clutch purse from the 1950s in shimmering gold fabric is both glamorous, practical, and vegan-friendly. It expands to hold whatever you need to bring along (including your largest smartphone). An inner slip pocket holds the original, branded mirror. An additional two slip pockets on the opposite side (one meant to hold a comb). Gold frame closes securely with a kiss-lock. From the Patrice M. collection. Made in the U.S.A.
The color is a rich, warm gold. Not yellowish. It was difficult to capture in the photos.
Immigrant brothers Isaac and David Ingber founded the company in New York City in 1903, Ingber made high-quality handbags of fabrics and soft leathers until the company closed in 1966, unable to compete with cheap foreign imports.
Materials: gold metallic fabric exterior, cream satin lining, gold-tone metal frame, glass mirror
Condition: no flaws to note
width across bottom: 10"/25.5cm
height to fold: 5"/12.5cm
height to clasp: 9"/22.5cm
depth: 0.25"/0.5cm expands to ~4"/10cm
☞ Our items are not newly manufactured "vintage style" pieces. They are true vintage, at least 20 years old. Please read condition report provided above. ☜
Note to International Customers: Significant overages in shipping fees (where applicable) will be refunded. You are responsible for any taxes or import fees.