Made ByAthison

Calfskin Leather and Woven Cotton Olive Belt Bag
color: Olive

Crafted just for you in 2 weeks

Worldwide shipping, free returns, tax free


Beura is an italian town in the province of Verbano-Cusio-Ossola. Part of its territory is included in the Val Grande National Park. It is also part of the Valle Ossola Mountain Community. This place gives its name to this belt bag crafted by Athison in Villadossola. Made of vegetable tanned tuscan leather, it features a woven cotton and raffia panel to step up your style. It's part of the "1056 FIli" collection; which are the number of threads that make up this weave.


- 100% Made in Italy
- Vegetable tanned tuscan leather
- Cotton and raffia panel
- 1 adjustable belt
- 1 detachable shoulder strap
- Top zip closure


Height: 16 cm / 6.3 in
Width: 24 cm / 9.4 in
Depth: 7 cm / 2.8 in


Free express shipping worldwide (1-2 days)
Free return within 14 days
Custom duties and taxes already included


Our Reviews

4.9 out of 5 stars
Jo (United States)

I was leery of ordering a somewhat expensive (for my budget) handbag online. I have a shipping business, so I know firsthand the pitfalls of international shipping as well. When DHL delivered the box to my store and I opened it, my team members and I were very impressed with the quick shipping time, outer packing box condition and the Mirta box inside. I love the size and shape of the bag and am going to start using it today.

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Olga (UAE)

Shipping and informing was on point. The bags are beautiful! I love every stitch! And I appreciate the company's mission to preserve the true luxury of hand made things by giving real artisans a voice and a platform to be seen. Would love an option of creating your own bag

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Masuo N. (Japan)

Great service! I found a black Sara bag on my Instagram last year , and started to communicate with Martina. I asked her if I could order White one and she helped me a lot ! Now I have got the one that I had wanted for a long time , I am really happy. I speak English ,so I didn’t find any difficulties through MIRTA ,but a lot of Japanese are not good at using English. I think MIRTA should have Japanese page on their website!!

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