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Hand made leather handbags in Venice - Trinny & Susannah recommendation

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Trinny & Susannah's book - A woman's secret weapon for getting through the year - recommends various places for shopping internationally. There was a bag shop recommended in Venice (S. Lucia I think), which we actually visited. The problem is that we have now left Venice, and I've lost the details of the shop. I'm desperate to contact the owners to order a bag whilst we're in Florence (and have access to Italian and English speaking hotel staff) and hope that somebody might have the details. The blurb under Trinny and Susannah's recommendation made some reference to them being apprehensive about listing the shop as it might lead to an increase in the price of the bags. And it typically takes 4 weeks for the bags to be made. And bags typically cost 250 (or so) Euros. I haven't been able to find the book or any other information on the web. I'm hoping a Fodorite may be able to help. The shop had some lovely bags!!!

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