The QEST Melody
We are thrilled to support the work of QEST, the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust, a charity established to sustain British craftsmanship for future generations by supporting makers of all ages. Our founder, Julie Deane OBE is a passionate supporter of British craft skills and personally chose the styles to be included in this collection, all of which are embossed with the QEST roundel in gold.
One of our most recent additions, The Melody is the stylish little sister of The Music Case, replicating the slim elegance of that iconic style in day bag form. The Melody takes the slender profile, unique single top handle and signature steel bar closure of the original Music Case but artfully arranges them into this svelte smaller version. The Melody will strike a chord with fans of the iconic Mini Satchel. Both are perfect bags for day to night wear.
The Melody is made in England by our team of expert craftsmen and craftswomen using 100% leather and pale gold hardware. The distinctive steel bar which slips over the single leather top handle to keep The Melody securely shut also balances the bag perfectly and gives the bag its clearest family resemblance to The Music Case. The Melody can be carried by its top handle or the detachable shoulder strap which can be adjusted to give ultimate flexibility of wear. When not hopping between bars, the Melody will rest quietly in its protective dust bag, ready for its next encore.
|External (Including Handle)||H: 22cm||W: 22.5cm||D: 5.5cm|
|External (Excluding Handle)||H: 18.5cm||W: 22.5cm||D: 5.5cm|
|Internal||H: 14cm||W: 20cm||D: 3.5cm|
|Strap Drop||Short: 49cm||Long: 66cm|
All measurements are approximate and can vary slightly as each bag is handmade from a natural material.
All bags are carefully shipped within a Cambridge Satchel dust bag, which can also be used to store and protect your bag on the very rare occasion it is not in use.
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