Sipping peach sangria and nibbling on freshly made linguine Vongole would be a well spent afternoon in the popular beach club of Fontelina, Capri. Generations of ambitious and hard-working families built up this restaurant and club, which for years was battered by constant storms in the winter and built back up and reopened each summer. The blue and white striped chairs and beach umbrellas were made famous by frequent celebrity visitors in the past, who we believe would have been fans of our La Fontelina wallet. This traditional, slim and long ladies’ wallet is an organisational dream for anyone sitting under the Italian sun and storing receipts gathered from purchases made in the comfort of their sun lounger...or just heading to the local shops!
H 19.5cm x W 10.5cm closed, 20cm open
(H 7.7" x W 4.1" closed, 7.9" open)
- Soft full grain cow leather
- Weighs 0.18kg (0.4 lb.)
- Slimline wallet
- Magnetic flap closure
- External zip pocket
- Internal flap with 4 dedicated card slots and space for notes
- Front internal pocket with 6 dedicated card slots and space for notes
- divided zippered pocket for coins and notes
- Metal hardware
All Wanderer products are made with the best quality full grain leather. This is a natural product meaning each piece is beautifully unique. No piece will be exactly the same as another and some may have natural markings and character that should not be considered a fault.
You may find that good old fashioned warm water on a damp cloth and a gentle rub will get rid of any marks! And be sure to let it air dry! There are also some great leather cleaning products you can purchase and we have had some success cleaning off marks with an “authentic art eraser”. Pressing the art eraser over and over onto the marks sometimes removes them completely!
Wanderer bags are crafted with full grain leather (the best quality and strongest type of leather) and in their most natural state it is best to protect the leather using one of the many leather care products on the market. We like leather conditioner as it protects and conditions the leather. We have found creams and leather rubs work much better on our leather, rather than sprays.