Bond Street 167 Mini Charm & Key Holder in Crocodile

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Depicting an Asprey handbag in micro miniature, the 167 Charm & Key Holder makes for a playful accessory.
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The Design
Depicting an Asprey handbag in micro miniature, the 167 Charm & Key Holder makes for a playful accessory. Sculpted in palladium plated brass, it is inlaid with luxurious crocodile in a joyful variety of colours.

The miniature handbag is suspended on a small loop of crocodile, and has an exclusive Asprey clip for easy attachment to a handbag, and a split ring for keys.

Product Care
All Asprey crocodile products are either Nile or Porossus Crocodile or Mississippi Alligator, and are all protected by the Washington Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species. Maintain the beauty of your Asprey Crocodilian product to ensure it endures through time. The precious nature of these leathers require that it is kept away from direct contact with heat, water, light & oil, all of which can cause damage to the appearance of the skin. Wipe away any moisture as soon as possible. When not in use, store it in the dust bag provided and in a clean, dry, temperate atmosphere. Commercial care products are not kind to Asprey crocodile products. A soft dry cloth is sufficient to maintain the beauty of the leather. Should there be a problem, we recommend you contact us for some expert TLC, using the Asprey after-sales service.
  • Collection : 167
  • Height : 3.3cm / 1.25" 
  • Width : 4.5cm / 1.75"
  • Details : Loop Length: 16cm / 6"
  • SKU : 1056440-cfg
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This masterpiece of the silversmith's craft was created in the Asprey workshops in the 1980s. Lifelike and exquisitely graceful, it was the pride of the Rosalind and Arthur Gilbert's villa in LA. It has been displayed at London's Victoria & Albert museum since October 2016.