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Les Papillons Lough Erne Recycled Bag

£29.00
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Digitally printed in Ireland from an original painting by Caroline Dilworth.

Made from recycled plastics the outer fabric of this bag is water repellent. The bag feels soft to the touch and the lining is made from wood pulp.

The handles are made of a strong linen and cotton fabric.

The wood pulp is spun into textile fibres without the need for chemical processing, putting less strain on our environment. It feels like linen.

There is a handy pocket on the inside and a little popper to keep your things safe.

The bag was made because people asked for it. It’s perfect to hold your lunch and can be washed and line-dried. There is plenty of room inside to hold your keys, ‘phone, purse, mask, hand sanitiser, carrier bags and it looks great!

The scenic route near Kesh, around Lough Erne, is popular with both locals and visitors. The scene painted and reproduced onto this tea-towel is the Aghinver View-point. The perfect place to watch the sunset over the broad lough. Encompassing the Cliffs of Magho and Breesy near Belleek as well as the lough and islands themselves.

Sizes are approximate

27cm x 19cm excluding handle

Les Papillons Lough Erne Recycled Bag

£29.00

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