Whiting & Davis

20’s Whiting and Davis Yellow Black Enameled Purse$200.95

  • 20’s Whiting and Davis Yellow Black Enameled Purse by Whiting & Davis
  • 20’s Whiting and Davis Yellow Black Enameled Purse by Whiting & Davis
  • 20’s Whiting and Davis Yellow Black Enameled Purse by Whiting & Davis
  • 20’s Whiting and Davis Yellow Black Enameled Purse by Whiting & Davis
  • 20’s Whiting and Davis Yellow Black Enameled Purse by Whiting & Davis
  • 20’s Whiting and Davis Yellow Black Enameled Purse by Whiting & Davis
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Whiting & Davis
20’s Whiting and Davis Yellow Black Enameled Purse

Whiting & Davis bought the patent for the metal mesh process back in the early 1900s and took the world of haute couture by storm. No lady worth her salt would be without her Whiting & Davis handbag. This was from the 1920s and comes in the original box Burr, Patterson and Company which manufactured fraternity jewels which has been put in the center of the whiting and Davis purse. I have searched for this emblem but can't find anything about it which means in my opinion it is rare because of the patent pending.

So many of the W&D purses generally available today are rather drab and worn looking from age. This handbag, while used, is in very good condition...

The silver tone frame does show wear along with the chain. The hinges move freely and the clasp closes securely. The enameled armor mesh body of the purse is securely fastened to the frame.

I found some wear to the enameled mesh body. However for being almost 100 years old I think is is in remarkable condition. The bottom seam is still tight and the zig-zag skirt does not look like it was ever snagged or compromised.

The primary colors are black and yellow with silver-toned frame and link chain handle.

This item is sold from a vintage boutique in Endicott, NY.

Whiting & Davis bought the patent for the metal mesh process back in the early 1900s and took the world of haute couture by storm. No lady worth her salt would be without her Whiting & Davis handbag. This was from the 1920s and comes in the original box Burr, Patterson and Company which manufactured fraternity jewels which has been put in the center of the whiting and Davis purse. I have searched for this emblem but can't find anything about it which means in my opinion it is rare because of the patent pending.

So many of the W&D purses generally available today are rather drab and worn looking from age. This handbag, while used, is in very good condition...

The silver tone frame does show wear along with the chain. The hinges move freely and the clasp closes securely. The enameled armor mesh body of the purse is securely fastened to the frame.

I found some wear to the enameled mesh body. However for being almost 100 years old I think is is in remarkable condition. The bottom seam is still tight and the zig-zag skirt does not look like it was ever snagged or compromised.

The primary colors are black and yellow with silver-toned frame and link chain handle.

Whiting & Davis bought the patent for the metal mesh process back in the early 1900s and took the world of haute couture by storm. No lady worth her salt would be without her Whiting & Davis handbag. This was from the 1920s and comes in the original box Burr, Patterson and Company which manufactured fraternity jewels which has been put in the center of the whiting and Davis purse. I have searched for this emblem but can't find anything about it which means in my opinion it is rare because of the patent pending.

So many of the W&D purses generally available today are rather drab and worn looking from age. This handbag, while used, is in very good condition...

The silver tone frame does show wear along with the chain. The hinges move freely and the clasp closes securely. The enameled armor mesh body of the purse is securely fastened to the frame.

I found some wear to the enameled mesh body. However for being almost 100 years old I think is is in remarkable condition. The bottom seam is still tight and the zig-zag skirt does not look like it was ever snagged or compromised.

The primary colors are black and yellow with silver-toned frame and link chain handle.

This item is sold from a vintage boutique in Endicott, NY.

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