This bag is part of a limited series made by using the protecting banners of the Queen’s House through the restoration works. Hand-picked and cut, each piece in this collection is unique.
Made entirely from recycled materials, it has a large outer zipped pocket, a solid inner lining with a semi-rigid bottom and two handles made from safety belts. The underside is reinforced with studs. Leather patches protect the corners and the handles. The bag is hand-washable only.
Its compact cabin format is designed specifically for travel by airline.
Between 1783 and 1787, The Queen's Hamlet was built for Marie-Antoinette, based on an idea by the painter Hubert Robert. It was then constructed and decorated by Architect Richard Mique. Due to the dilapidated condition of the interior and exterior layouts, which until now could not be opened to the public, a restoration work had become urgent.
These bags are manufactured by the eco-design company Bilum in workshops specialising in saddlery, leather goods and luggage. Apart from being sponge cleaned on each side, the exhibition banners received no further processing.
You can find in the Online Boutique other models also made from our banners for “The Queen's House”.
Composition: banner canvas and safety belt
Made in France
Dimensions : size cabin : L 55 x H 35 x Depth 22cm