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Leather mini bag

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rke-2105014782633 Brand: CHANEL Model name: Vanity Series: 3196xxx Type: Woman ・ Cosmetic bag Material: leather lamb Size: W: 7.7 "H: 4.1" D: 5.5 "Handle: 4.3" W: 19.5cm H: 10.5cm D: 14cm handle: 11cm Accessories: Storage bag from the outer box Condition rank: B Handle: There are some folds, but they are generally in good condition. Exterior: There are fine scrub marks throughout. There is a fine stain on the bottom. There is a slight scratch on the material. Inside: There are fine scuff marks, but they are generally in good condition.

Details

  • Online since:2021-12-08
  • Categories :Women
  • Category:Bags
  • Sub-category:Handbags
  • Designer:Chanel
  • Condition:Good condition
  • Material:Leather
  • Colour:Black
  • Location:Japan, from the seller kingram
  • Reference:19746163

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