Toscanella, our Tuscan knight in shining armor


Toscanella Cypress Tress Logo for Leather Handbag CollectionWe would venture to say that everyone likes a get a bit of a restyling. Something that makes you look a little younger, maybe a bit trendier and definitely a lot slimmer!

This restyling won’t take any extra pounds off  but it does add some local color to the Toscanella Italian Leather Bag Collection.  Traditionally the Toscanella line has bee represented with three tall cypress tress on a tarnished silver button.   These trees can be found in the landscape all over Tuscany and at one time were equivalent to medieval road signs.  A dashing knight sitting on his horse or even the humble pilgrim walking towards Rome could easily pick out these tall green trees on the horizon and know that they were walking towards a crossroad or roadside chapel.  The hardware on these bags have all been recast with a relief pattern of the symbolic Tuscan cypress trees. Tocanella Italian Leather Handbag Collection adopted this symbol not only for their beauty but also because they symbolize tradition, the very same tradition that is fundamental in the making of these bags.

Pierotucci is taking this summer to restyle their classic line of Italian leather tote bags by adding a 100% cotton accent with a multi-colored striped pattern to their leather bags that include “pochettes.” Originally designed to help keep basic essentials organized, these small zip closed pockets are attached with a sturdy leather strap to the interior of the bag. The pouches are cut to fit inside the tote bag and are fully lined creating an elegant and sophisticated look.

Toscanella Italian Leather Tote Bag from PierotucciToscanella Tote Bag in Italian Leather from Pierotucci

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About Pierotucci

Since 1972 Pierotucci has been designing and producing classic Italian Leather goods for men & women, including leather bags, leather handbags and purses, leather jackets and leather accessories such as wallets, gloves, belts and much more.
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