Mulberry Congo Leather Duffle Bag

Condition: Excellent
Price: € 525

Very rare example of a desirable and highly collectable Mulberry holdall weekend bag. Perfect unisex travel bag.

  • Brown Mulberry congo leather
  • Gold toned hardware
  • One main compartment
  • Rounded leather handles for comfortable hand carry, handle drop is 15cm (5,90")
  • A central zip pull across
  • Removable unsigned name tag in leather
  • Mulberry brass disc on inner pocket with serial number 523262 on reverse
  • Leather plaque inside says 'Mulberry-Made in England-Mulberry tree logo'
  • Mulberry checkered heritage fabric lining
  • Interior pocket: one main compartment with a zip pocket
  • Complete with gold 4 stud base
  • Great condition considering age but has some marks of general use. Has some signs of general use, small dark mark on the front underneath Mulberry tree logo (looks darker in photos than it is). 
  • Interior perfect condition. 
  • This item has been authenticated by our in-house trained professionals. Mulberry does not endorse or participate in the La Doyenne Vintage's authentication process. 
  • Mulberry is a registered trademark of Mulberry. La Doyenne Vintage is neither partnered nor affiliated with Mulberry.
  • Photos are of the actual item in our possession.
  • Purchasing this item continues its narrative and reduces the environmental impact of using new resources. You can be confident that you’re making a better choice for the Planet.
€ 525
Congo leather
30 x 55 x 25 cm


Mulberry was established in rural Somerset, England in 1971. As Britain’s first lifestyle brand it was popular at home an abroad for its quintessentially English style and personality.

During the seventies and eighties a collection of quilted fishing bags, poaching bags and jackets inspired by the quirky country pursuits of hunting, shooting and fishing put Mulberry on the fashion map: Le Style Anglais was born.

After this initial success, Mulberry continued to create season after season of iconic products and the brand grew throughout the UK and expanded internationally. The start of the 21st century saw the birth of one of its biggest icons, the Bayswater, and many years and reincarnations later it is still the best-selling style.

Today, the business has stores and concessions worldwide and yet has retained so much of its individuality and integrity – the close-knit teams, the factory in Somerset, the quality leathers, the English practicality of its products and the enthusiastic theming of seasons, loved by press and buyers the world over.