Like all Mulberry pieces, the Amberley is an heirloom for tomorrow.
From the Postman's Lock to the Rider's Lock - A new Mulberry signature Modernity always needs roots in the past.
The Amberley family is both beautiful and utilitarian, a fundamentally British mix. The Amberley collection is available in five different silhouettes – the Amberley, Amberley Satchel, Small Amberley Satchel, Mini Amberley Satchel, and the Amberley Hobo.
Echoing the colours of the Autumn Winter Ready-to-Wear collection, the range is offered in a vibrant palette of colours including Rust, Castle Blue and Dark Amethyst, as well as the core shades of Oak, Oxblood, Clay and Black.
In addition to Mulberry's natural leathers, graphic snakeskin and croc print leathers complement the clean lines of the Amberley.
Exemplifying Mulberry's philosophy of creating accessories that are beautifully made, and made to last, the Amberley collection is a classic that can be handed down through the generations.
It is adorned with the new signature hardware, the Rider's Lock, reminiscent of the metal on horse bits and bridles.
Early humans were active hunters of horses, and finds from the Ice Age have been recovered from many sites.
At that time, land which now forms the British Isles was part of a peninsula attached to continental Europe by a low-lying area now known as "Doggerland," and land animals could migrate freely between what is now island Britain and continental Europe.
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