Filt French Market Bag Long Aquablue

Filt, during the 17th century in Normandy, France near Mount Saint-Michel, French peasants began making netting for fishing, sports, hammocks, and market bags.

In France, netted bags are called 'filet' (fee-lay). Popular in the 60s and 70s, these market totes are perfect for grocery, shopping, or for a day at the beach. These timeless classics are not only trendy but also for the environmentally conscious.

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  • 100% expandable cotton
  • Hand washable
  • Made in France
  • 40cm x 70cm (including handles)
  • Approx. 17" x 24"
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