Mulberry Antony Grain Veg Tanned Leather Satchel, Oak.

Mulberry Antony Grain Veg Tanned Leather Satchel, Oak.


The Antony is a classic Mulberry satchel designed to effortlessly combine function and style.

Featuring an adjustable canvas strap that can be worn across the body or over the shoulder, the front flap showcases the brands iconic Postman's Lock detailing. The interior is unlined and spacious and a slip pocket under the flap offers additional storage.

An instant classic, the Antony is completed with brass hardware and Mulberry branding.

Caring for your Mulberry product

To ensure you get the most out of your leather bag, Mulberry recommends regular care and maintenance of your product. Using protective leather gels and/or sprays such as Collinil Leather Gel will help to improve the water resistance of certain leathers and can help leather to resist dirt and moisture. Use whenever you feel the leather needs a bit of a refresh or a just little more shine.

Try to keep leather away from water and out of heavy rainfall. If it does get wet, remove any residual water immediately with paper towels, pack loosely with paper and allow the leather to dry naturally. Likewise, try to avoid keeping your product in direct heat or sunlight for prolonged periods of time as it may cause the colour to fade unevenly and unnecessarily.

Marks may appear naturally on the leather surface with age and the finish may start to dull. This is a common property of leather and is just a sign of a well-loved product and its unique characteristics. Superficial marks can often be rubbed carefully with a soft cloth. Please refer to the recommended care products for further advice on surface protection.

Please be aware that darker coloured leathers can transfer colour onto lighter coloured fabrics and mark it. Dark coloured fabric dyes (such as denim) can also transfer onto lighter coloured leathers. Colour transfer in this way is not covered under the Mulberry Care Policy. Please take extra care using products with dark coloured suede or fabric lining, as these materials can cause the colour transfer to lighter coloured fabrics or objects.