Lulu Guinness

Black Patent Leather Mid Pollyanna

£325.00
Black Patent Leather Mid Pollyanna

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Black Patent Leather Mid Pollyanna

£325.00
  • Description

    The Mid Pollyanna shape is synonymous with Lulu's signature design and will act as a perfect addition to your collection. The black patent leather style of this shoulder bag is perfect for on the go glamour.

  • Product Details

    • Black Mid Pollyanna shoulder bag in patent leather.
    • Perspex frame based on a framed coin purse, and black Perspex snap clasp closure.
    • Black and beige stripe cotton twill lining with internal zip pocket and mobile phone holder.
    • Silver hardware includes four stud feet on base and interior Lulu Guinness logo plaque.
    • Please take care with perspex, it may break if it is dropped or knocked against a hard surface.
    • Comes with dust bag.
    • Height: 27.0cm
    • Width: 32.0cm
    • Depth: 8.5cm
    • Weight: 0.61kg
  • Shipping Details

    UK mainland - £4.95
    (3-5 working days)
    Northern Ireland & ROI - £15
    (3-5 working days)
    Europe - £25
    (5-7 working days)
    ROW - £41
    (5-7 working days)

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Customer Reviews

  • This bag is just beautiful

    Beautifully made and will match any outfit, I get so many lovely comments, I love it

    Dianne Murphy

    (5th April 2015)

    Originally written about Red Patent Leather Mid Pollyanna

  • Stunning, classic, timeless bag!

    When I saw this bag and "tried it for size" I had to have it! It's timeless, stunning and I love it! Looks fantastic and will never go out of fashion! Thank you Lulu.

    Georgina Brett

    (29th March 2015)

  • Great item

    really love it

    June Bays

    (30th September 2014)

    Originally written about Red Patent Leather Mid Pollyanna

  • Beautiful bag, just love it

    Great design, love the snap when you close it,

    Lindsey Harris

    (22nd December 2013)

  • Fabulous Bag!

    Very pleased with this bag and the speed it arrived. I will enjoy using it

    Susan Lees

    (12th September 2013)