Welcoming a brand new designer into our boutique is always exciting, but when we’re one of the very first places in the UK to do so, well that is even better.
Historically, Ennigaldi was a highly influential Babylonian princess, who educated the world on what it meant to ‘be creative, think for yourself and liberate your being’. Ennigaldi became one of the most iconic Babylonian figures in history, assuming the role of educator and taking on the role of curating the world’s first ever museum, in which she would collect and preserve artefacts from around the ancient world. Know as a high priestess of creativity, Ennigaldi educated the world on the importance of creativity and independence. Today, her name is the hottest name on everyone’s lips, not as the high priestess but as the high-end designer handbag brand that has caught the attention of those in the know.
Each handcrafted Ennigaldi handbag takes a particular artistic period and styles it with contemporary design and a finger on the fashion pulse. Leather is sourced in Europe’s finest tanneries, with Italian hardware and craftsmanship completing the work of art.
The debut collection from Ennigaldi, with our first piece available in store now, is one modelled on the art and architecture of Mesopotamian art. Babylonian motifs are laser-cut into the soft leather and each bag features premium gold finished hardware in the collection’s signature rod and ring symbol, which once represented the balance of power, honour and respect.
Ennigaldi’s handbags are designed in London, inspired by the creative team’s love of art, before being handcrafted and furnished by the finest artisans in Italy; the home of the world’s most skilled leather craftsmen. The brand sees each piece as a work of art in itself.
We are the first stockist of brand new designer brand Ennigaldi in Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire and the surrounding area. The Sarpanit is in store now with limited availability. Visit Robinsons today and become one of the first to own the next big thing in designer accessories.