Misuri Magazine

  1. Types of leather: how to recognize a quality handmade bag?

    Understand different types of leather before you invest in a handmade bag

    If you want to invest in a high-quality handmade bag, the first thing you need to be aware of is that not all types of leather are the same. It's important to know the differences so that you can make the right choice based on the different types of leather bags you can find on the market.

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  2. Why Florence is the best place to buy leather bags in Italy

    The best place to buy leather bags in Italy has a rich history of craftsmanship

    The craftsmanship of "Made in Italy" is known worldwide, especially when it comes to leather. However, the best place to buy leather bags in Italy — Florence, and in particular, the historic Santa Croce district — surpasses everywhere else in the country due to its unique, centuries-long tradition of artisan skill and knowledge.

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  3. Christmas is coming! 5 original gift ideas for fashion lovers

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    If you're looking for original gift ideas, we have five that will delight and impress

    Christmas is already upon us once again, and that means trying to find original gift ideas for everyone on your list. Shopping for the perfect Christmas present can be a real challenge, especially if you're trying to find something perfect for the person who seems to already have everything.

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  4. Florentine leather history: how to fall in love with Misuri

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    Misuri takes Florentine leather history to a new level with its handcrafted goods

    When it comes to handcrafted Italian leather goods, Florentine leather history leads the way in terms of craftsmanship and expertise. In fact, not everyone knows that Florence has an actual "leather district" in Piazza Santa Croce, with artisans who possess workmanship and skills that have been passed down to them through the centuries, dating all the way back to the Middle Ages.

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