Handbags Originated In The Early 16th Century

- Jun 01, 2017-

  Handbags originated in the early 16th century, when the European royal family aristocratic dance. Aristocratic ladies and ladies in order to carry rouge and lipstick, they will tailor for their production of a delicate little pocket, small and exquisite, and can only hang in the hand bowl, it will not affect their dance.

  Before the 18th century, women's handbags can not be public, the woman's personal items in a small bag, close in the waist. They can from the skirt and underwear compartment reach out to touch the bag. At that time the woman himself sewing these fall into the knee bowl of the bag, from the skirt outside the full can not see.

  By the time of the British Regent, the women began to wear a more transparent cotton skirt, inside the bag becomes a problem. Because in the thin skirt hanging under a heavy bag is very unsightly, so they began to use the net bag to install fans and incense box. When these bags first appeared on the woman's wrist, causing no small sensation. Handbags really "boarded the room."

  1, handbags zipper, clothing zipper, luggage zipper is not smooth: with candles or leather wax coated on the zipper, can improve the effect.

  2, denitrification: If there is a little denitrification, color palette can be used to fill color or with white oil lightly wipe the denitrification site, remove the stains.

  3, metal decoration and oxidation (gold, silver, copper buckle) Silver Hardware buckle: available the finest water sandpaper or sanding rubber gently wipe the black spots, and then gently wipe with a transparent leather ointment.

  Note: gold buckle must not be used frosted paper, so as not to rub the gold, can only use a little transparent leather ointment gently wipe.

  Prevention method: in the new handbag copper buckle or metal buckle coated with a little transparent nail polish, can be anti-oxidation. (Except for color deduction)

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