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The Difference Between a Lambskin Leather Handbag and a Pebbled Leather Handbag

When purchasing a leather handbag online, it is important to know the difference between a lambskin leather bag and a pebbled leather bag. We will explain the differences, and show you some examples, so you will not be disappointed when your new leather handbag shows up at your door.

Coach Turnlock Tie Rucksack Pebble Leather Denim

Coach Turnlock Tie Rucksack Pebble Leather Denim

Coach Madison Phoebe Leather Shoulder Bag in Black

Coach Madison Phoebe Leather Shoulder Bag in Black

Fossil Sydney Shopper Shoulder Bag

Fossil Sydney Shopper Shoulder Bag

Lambskin leather handbags are made from a soft, smooth leather. They feel very luxurious, but require more care than a pebbled leather handbag. This is because lambskin leather, being softer, tends to scuff easier. Normally scuffs can be easily removed with a leather conditioner. Here are some examples of lambskin leather bags:

Michael Kors Fulton Genuine Leather Large Shoulder Bag Purse Handbag

Michael Kors Fulton Genuine Leather Large Shoulder Bag Purse Handbag

Lambskin Leather Smart Phone Organizer

Lambskin Leather Smart Phone Organizer

A Pebbled Leather Handbag will have a rougher, more durable texture. Pebbled leather handbags are normally made from cowhide leather, which is more mature than lambskin leather.  They have a pebbled texture. Here are some examples of pebbled leather purses:

Which bag is right for you? First you need to decide how often you will use the bag. If  the bag will get a lot of wear, than you might want to choose a pebbled leather handbag as it will not scuff as much. If you are more concerned with the luxurious look, and are willing to buff a few scuffs now and then, than the lambskin leather bag is going to be the bag for you! If you would like to see a large collection of leather handbags, please visit our website, www.texcynwallets.com. Happy shopping!

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