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Ghurka Collection

Exclusive to Fortnum & Mason in the UK, Ghurka leather bags and accessories are made by a team of master artisans to a tradition of timeless American style. The story of the Ghurka bag series began at an antiquities auction in the early 1970s, where the company’s founder bid on the leather campaign gear made for a Ghurka regimental officer stationed in India during the early 1900s, crafting the vintage leather into the very first Ghurka bag.

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