Saturday, 28 November 2020

I Have All Of The Presents For Diana Under The Tree,

except one,

the big one, I know Diana wold like a new handbag for Christmas, so I have been looking for one, and now I have found it, Bologna-based Boarini Milanesi will produce only three of the Parva Mea bags, so I had better be quick, co-founder Matteo Rodolfo Milanesi told how the bag is a tribute to his father, whom he lost when he was a teenager, and inspired by their memories of enjoying the sea, together with co-founder and designer Carolina Boarini, he decided to produce an accessory that would help raise awareness of the need to respect the environment, crafted from semi-shiny alligator skin, the handbag is adorned with 10 white gold butterflies, four of which are decorated with diamonds and three with sapphires and rare paraiba tourmalines, totalling over 130 carats. It also features a diamond pavé clasp, 'We used to spend every summer at sea, between Greece and Turkey, and I was happiest when we would go on boat trips between the islands,' he explained, 'Even though mass tourism was still a long way off, we would often see plastic bags floating on the water or patches of tar leaked by oil tankers, recently, I have seen even more plastic in the sea than when I was a child, due to the pandemic and all the gloves and face masks that are being carelessly thrown away', every bag is made to order exclusively for the client, with their name embossed on the leather, hopefully there will be enough time before Christmas to have it made, so where is my cheque book? it may seem expensive but the price of the bag includes a donation of £711,950 of every bag sold to causes dedicated to ridding the world's marine environments of plastic, now how many zeros are there in £5.3million? 

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