Enid Collins "Les Fleurs" Wood Purse
There are a number of unconventional ways to give someone flowers and this should definitely be on that list.
I didn't know anything about Enid Collins and her career in the 1970s of making eclectic purses out of wood, I just knew I liked this little gem of a purse. The bee on the side was the first thing to catch my attention.
As a beekeeper, anything with a bee tends to catch my eye. Flowers will also get my attention so this one had both, a gold-toned bee and white, daisy-like flowers, one of my all-time favorites.
The designer's initials are on the side and the bottom, which helps to date the purse to the earlier days of her designing these interesting purses.
The vintage wooden purse is in pristine condition inside with a mirror spanning the entire lid inside.
This wooden purse is wide enough to fit a cell phone, a glass case, a bill fold and still have room without being too big, and cute to boot.
What I like about the concept of this purse is that it will not easily be banged into or damaged so the contents won't be damaged, either.