Entrupy Launches Authentication Support For Bottega Veneta Handbags

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We weren’t kidding when we said it was a busy week here so without further ado, we are excited to announce the launch of authentication support for Bottega Veneta luxury handbags and small accessories.

 

Handbag authentication support launched for Bottega Veneta handbags and small accessories

 

With the addition of Bottega Veneta, we now support the following luxury brands for authentication:

Hermès – Clemence Leather, Togo Leather, Epsom Leather, Box Calf Leather and All Other Leathers (Exotics Not Included)

Chanel – Lambskin Leather, Caviar Leather, Patent Leather and All Other Materials

Louis Vuitton – Monogram Canvas, Damier Ébène, Damier Azur, Damier Graphite, Monogram Multicolore, Monogram Vernis, Epi Leather

Céline – All Materials (Exotics Not Included)

Goyard – Goyardine Canvas

Dior – Canvas, Leather and All Other Materials

Gucci – GG Canvas, GG Supreme Canvas, Guccissima Leather and All Other Materials

Fendi – Canvas, Coated Canvas, Leather and All Other Materials

Bottega Veneta – Nappa Leather and All Other Materials

Saint Laurent – Leather and All Other Materials

Burberry – Canvas (House Check, Horseferry Check, Nova Check), Coated Canvas (Haymarket Check), Leather and All Other Materials

Balenciaga – Lambskin (Agneau) Leather, Goatskin (Chevre) Leather and All Other Materials

From Wikipedia:

Bottega Veneta is an Italian luxury goods and high fashion brand house best known for its leather goods which are sold worldwide and its men’s and women’s ready-to-wear. Founded in 1966 in Vicenza, Veneto of northeastern Italy, its atelier is located within an 18th-century villa in Montebello Vicentino and its headquarters are in Lugano, Switzerland with offices in Milan and Vicenza, Italy. In 2001, Bottega Veneta was purchased by Gucci Group, and is now a part of the French multinational group Kering. In September 2016, it was announced that Claus-Dietrich Lahrs would be named CEO, replacing Carlo Beretta.

 

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