I won't go into full details about pocket layouts etc, as most people are pretty au fait with them. Here is a link to Alice's blog if you want to see more detailed shots.
I think these two complete my Finchley family - I don't think I need any more. The colours of the Finchleys complement each other beautifully. I will do a brief post about my Finchley family in the not too distant future.
|The flash has washed the green out a bit, it's a slightly|
darker colour than this...
|Waiting to go in their new home, where I have saved them|
space next to their sister, Miss Vintage Rose
|One of the reasons why I love the Finchleys, the lovely|
stitching, including on the clasp
|Windsor with minor (and slightly odd) marks|
|Internal layout of the Windsor - secretarial pocket on the left,|
complete with ID slot and 8 credit card slots, and large zipped
pocket, notepad slot on the right
|The clasp & pen loops (two) have seen some work :-)|
|No gaps in these rings...|
|Internal layout of the Richmond - 2 open pockets, a zipped|
8 credit card slots and a smaller pocket on the left, with a
notepad slot and a further full length pocket on the right
|Richmond's clasp and pen loops (two again) - Richmond|
arrived with a few inserts.
|Again, good rings with no gaps|
|A few rust marks|
I was (and still am) amazed at the lovely condition that these vintage babies arrived in...