I’m not sure how far back the original drawstring pouch goes, but I do know that in the 1800’s you would be hard pressed to find a traveler without one. From my days as a Boy Scout, I have lived by the motto, “Be prepared.” You can pack enough essentials in these bags to prepare for most any contingency.
In times gone by, people used bags like these for trips into the wild and stuffed them with medicines and survival items. It’s still a jungle out there – only the essentials have changed. Today, you might stash your bag with jewelry and accessories, coins, mobile phone, etc. Use them to hold your valuables in your golf bag, or to hold your cat’s eye or aggies. The possibilities are endless.
Handmade in the Col. Littleton Workshop of soft, dry-milled leather. Round leather lace drawstring threads through brass eyelets. Copper tab on drawstring ends.
7.25″H x 6.5″W.
May be personalized with 3 initials engraved on brass tag.