Seven Oaks Harper Hobo by Spartina 449

Seven Oaks Harper Hobo by Spartina 449
Item #:SPART-499286
Retail Price:$158.00
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Seven Oaks Harper Hobo by Spartina 449

Whether strolling through the farmer's market or browsing old bookstores, nothing says weekend like our Harper Hobo. Slouchy yet chic, a padded leather shoulder strap, drawstring and magnetic tab closures keep interior zip and slip pockets - and your belongings - nestled near.
  • Signature linen with genuine leather accents
  • Drawstring and magnetic tab closure
  • Linen interior with zip and slip pockets
  • Width: 13"
  • Height: 11.75"
  • Depth: 5.5"
  • Handle Drop: 11.25"

Simple and stately, Seven Oaks is a Bluffton treasure. Built in the 1850s, this cotton-white two-story manor features double verandas and two steeple-like chimneys. Today, it's the rectory for the iconic, historic Church of the Cross. It's an unmistakable Southern belle. And the name? Seven Oaks is derived from the seven immense oak stumps that were built into the structure of the house and still support it today.

Paying homage to the beautiful, contrasting exterior of Seven Oaks, Spartina paired an elegant ivory background with a distinctive black linear pattern - double lines, in fact - to represent the dual features of the home, and of course, the oak leaf. We love this classic combination and believe this pattern is destined to be as timeless as Seven Oaks itself.
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Seven Oaks Harper Hobo by Spartina 449

Whether strolling through the farmer's market or browsing old bookstores, nothing says weekend like our Harper Hobo. Slouchy yet chic, a padded leather shoulder strap, drawstring and magnetic tab closures keep interior zip and slip pockets - and your belongings - nestled near.
  • Signature linen with genuine leather accents
  • Drawstring and magnetic tab closure
  • Linen interior with zip and slip pockets
  • Width: 13"
  • Height: 11.75"
  • Depth: 5.5"
  • Handle Drop: 11.25"

Simple and stately, Seven Oaks is a Bluffton treasure. Built in the 1850s, this cotton-white two-story manor features double verandas and two steeple-like chimneys. Today, it's the rectory for the iconic, historic Church of the Cross. It's an unmistakable Southern belle. And the name? Seven Oaks is derived from the seven immense oak stumps that were built into the structure of the house and still support it today.

Paying homage to the beautiful, contrasting exterior of Seven Oaks, Spartina paired an elegant ivory background with a distinctive black linear pattern - double lines, in fact - to represent the dual features of the home, and of course, the oak leaf. We love this classic combination and believe this pattern is destined to be as timeless as Seven Oaks itself.