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Gucci Aviatrix Boston Black Leather Large Hysteria Duffle Bag



PRISTINE Merchandise is in “like new” condition. There are no signs of wear or any other visible imperfections.  EXCELLENT Merchandise is in exceptionally good condition with very little wear. Any imperfections are described in detail.  VERY GOOD: Merchandise is in very good condition for its age. Older items may exhibit very light patina and wear relative to the age of the product, and more contemporary items will be just short of “excellent”. GOOD: Merchandise is in good condition and typically will appear mildly to moderately used. There may be some surface scratches and/or other imperfections. Older items may exhibit patina and wear related to their age. Please review the item listing for specific details regarding condition.

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This Gucci Large Aviatrix Boston satchel features gold-tone hardware, a black and red web stripe, and a hysteria logo emblem. It shows minor scuffing to the exterior corners, moderate creasing to the exterior, and minimal scratching to the hardware.

SKU: 12015-179747
# of interior pockets: 1
Hardware: Gold-tone
Country of Origin: Italy
Color: Black
Accompanied by: Dust bag
Interior lining: Black nylon
Closure: Zipper
Handle Drop (in inches): 7
Authenticity Details: 186232 002122
Primary Material: Leather
Height (in inches): 11
Width (in inches): 16
Depth (in inches): 10

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In the heart of Florence 1921, Guccio Gucci established the small family-run luggage company, Gucci. Over the years, Gucci has transformed into one of the leading luxury brands worldwide.

Gucci made headway in the late 1950s-1960s under the management of Aldo Gucci, better known as Dr. Gucci. During this time, then, Princess Elizabeth, and Elizabeth Taylor were among the many who adorned Gucci’s accessories.

It was Aldo who helped expand the Gucci brand into the US market after WWII, allowing Gucci to be a world-renowned symbol. After Aldo’s son Paolo introduced the ready-to-wear line in the late 1960s, it was easy to find a fashion icon or influencer wearing Gucci.

In 1994, the talented Tom Ford revitalized Gucci and once again made it one of the go-to brands for luxury. Today, the brand is owned by French holding company, Pinault-Printemps-Redoute and run under the creative direction of Frida Giannini.