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Ibukun - 4 Variations

Ibukun Nkari Addition

Size Guide

 Dimensions 

Ibukun Mini: 11.5”L x 9.5”H x 5.5”W

Ibukun Large: 13.5”L x 11”H x 6”W

 

IBUKUN [ pronounced ib-book-kun ]

Another piece to the puzzle sees the Mini Ibukun join the line up of Daniel Diyepriye iconic handbags. Equally as beautiful as the larger version but offering an inner zip closure for....the blessings continue to overflow.

Mini IBUKUN features:

  • An inner zip pocket
  • Top Zip closure
  • Velvet lining
  • Gold-tone clasp
  • Gold-tone bag feet

Available in:

  • Patent Leather
  • Quilted Suede

PLEASE READ

ONLY 100 PIECES  WILL BE MADE EVER

THIS ITEM WILL NOT BE RESTOCKED

The nkari collection is a pre order Each bag is numbered  1-100  to reflect the quantity made. You will receive your numbered masterpiece by the 21st March however please allow a grace period until the 16th March due to current Brexit and Covid-19 restrictions.  

The collection is made from waxed leather and is a complete upgrade in the craftsmanship of the original like for like styles.  In our opinion it is a different bag all together.  A complete master piece. This item will not be restocked and complimentary name tag can be made on request

 



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ABOUT US

The brand was envisioned by Tubonimi Nkari Dokubo (image above). Who sadly passed away April 2020. The brand was later established by his son Daniel Diyepriye in October 2021. 

The image above was taken in the early eighties when Mr Nkari Dokubo first migrated from Africa (specifically Nigeria Calabar) to Brixton London England.The brand  started attempting to honour his flair for uncompromising quality and impeccable taste.  WhIle still staying true to its African heritage.  

Diyepriye which means wealth will follow you in the Nigerian language of Calabar spoken by the Nigerian River state people. The wealth of heritage  associated with the name given to Daniel by his father is one Daniel understood cant be ignored.

 

Luxury has been defined by everyone else. As an African i struggle to see a representation of Luxury presented in a way i can relate to. My father taught me patience, theres beauty in details, in life you cant miss pieces and always complete things. The jigsaw puzzle is the embodiment of what my father taught me. These principles are literally carved on each bag.