CHANEL Lambskin Quilted Large Agenda Cover Black



CHANEL Lambskin Quilted Large Agenda Cover Black

We guarantee this is an authentic CHANEL Lambskin Quilted Large Agenda Cover Black or 100% of your money back. This is a chic agenda with the look and feel of a classic flap bag but in an agenda. It is crafted of diamond quilted lambskin leather and features a frontal CC logo in gold hardware. The flap opens to a matte burgundy leather interior with patch pockets and an agenda ring. This exceptional agenda is as functional as it is stylish for errands and appointments with the timeless quality and style of Chanel!

Length: 6.75 in
Width: 0.75 in
Height: 8.75 in

Item #: 227445

Item Location: Carlsbad, California

Comes With: inserts

Year: 2017

Item Condition: Excellent

Exterior: Faint scuffs

Interior: Scuffs

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Taxes: Sales tax will be charged on all items shipped to CA, UT, and NY

RETURNS: If you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return it for a refund within 30 days of the ship date with the security tag attached.

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