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Jane Austen Eco-Friendly Tote

Verily, we bring you a bag made with the environment and your love of Jane in mind!

This strong, sturdy but oh-so-soft recycled cotton and polyester bag is a must for shopping, as well as laptop, book, and art supplies-carrying.

Show off your true Austenite credentials with this awesome tote!

About the Product:

One of our best-sellers, this thick, strong, environmentally-friendly bag is emblazoned with an illustration of Jane Austen and a quote from one of her best-loved novels, Sense and Sensibility ("It isn't what we say or think that defines us, but what we do").

Our tote is 100% environmentally friendly: 

  • No pesticides, insecticides or GMOs used 
  • Ecological dyeing
  • Decent working conditions and wages for farmers and employees (bag manufacturers: Stanley & Stella).
  • 80% recycled ring-spun combed cotton / 20% recycled polyester (GOTS label).
  • 300 g/m² / CANVAS
  • Top edge double folded for strength and clean finish
  • Long handles with reinforced cross stitch
  • Shaping seam at bottom to create volume
  • Dimensions: 37 x 43cm
  • STANDARD 100 by OEKO - TEX ® certificate.

About Jane Austen:

Jane Austen is one of the most widely read novelists in the world. Her books, rich in satire, wit and wisdom, are set among the landed gentry of her time. And though they defined the period’s novel of manners, her sharp observations of the social and emotional concerns of ordinary people have made them timeless classics, beloved of readers across all eras and ages.

The daughter of a Hampshire clergyman, Jane Austen was born on 16 December 1775, the seventh of eight children. She grew up in a cheerful household, with her sister Cassandra as her closest friend and confidante.  

 Though she began writing as a child, her six major novels were finessed and finalised between the years 1809 and 1817, the year of her untimely death.

 Read more about Jane Austen here.