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Cats were enthusiastically idolized in Ancient Egypt, with an array of feline goddesses representing strength, justice, fertility and motherhood. The cat motif commonly appeared in sculptures and bodily adornments, often gilded or bejeweled, to protect and embolden the people they surrounded. Bold is how you will feel with this stunning vintage bag. Its sleek lines and powerful feline energy have a magical quality that transcends time.
Features pleated detail on front, interior slip pocket and long braided strap that tucks into the body.
Vintage fabric and gold tone metal. Marked Sasha, 1996. Measures 7.5-8” wide, 5” tall (body of purse), 2” deep front to back. Strap has a 21” drop.
Cats became human companions somewhere between 8-12,000 years ago. Ancient Egyptians not only kept them in the home but pampered them in catteries - and protected them by law with severe penalties for animal cruelty.
Feather & Foxglove donates a portion of profits to environmental conservation and animal welfare organizations.