Pour La Victoire Marseille Tote | Quirky Mongolian Lamb Fur Handbag

Posted on: Nov 22

Pour La Victoire Marseille ToteThe curly coat of the Mongolian lamb makes this Marseille tote from Pour La Victoire something special.

I must admit though that I'm torn by the use of this fur. On a purely aesthetic level, it's quirky and interesting. I love the depth and texture it brings to the design, although I acknowledge that it's probably too unusual to suit everybody. I have my ethical reservations though.

Traditionally Mongolian lambswool was sourced with respect for the animal. However as the wool became more popular, farming practices in the Asian nation changed to meet the demand. The sheep began to be seen as a disposable commodity, and their welfare was not considered. Consequently it's become increasingly more difficult to find cruelty free Mongolian lambswool. As Pour La Victoire does not disclose information about the wool it uses, I'm left with serious concerns.

Those concerns tend to make everything else fade into the background. I don't mind so much that the tote is spacious, with a range of carrying straps, because I've seen these attributes on bags that I know are made with animal welfare in mind. And often they're much cheaper than the $595 Pour La Victoire is charging.

Do the ethics discourage you from indulging in a bag like the Marseille?

More Features of This Mongolian Lambskin Tote

  • Made of Vachetta leather and Mongolian lamb fur
  • Hook closure
  • Front flap pocket
  • Fully lined interior
  • An adjustable and detachable leather strap
  • Measures 16 x 16 x 4.75 inches
  • Made in China

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  1. garrymoore Says:

    hi to all bagbunch.comers this is my frst post and thought i would say a big hello to yous –
    thank yous speak soon
    garry

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