If you want a handbag that no one else has; if you are looking to make a fashion statement about your own individuality; if you yearn for something out of the ordinary; or if you simply fancy receiving a lot of compliments, Bonnie Jayne Art natural cowhide handbags may be just the answer.

Bonnie crafts each Bonnie Jayne Art handbag with an eye toward  marrying the natural beauty of the hide with a functional design that is both a pleasure to look at and fun to wear.  She creates each handbag by patterning it from a single hide, then hand stitches it using sinew rather than thread to give it a long lasting use and appeal.

With few exceptions the bags are not lined. Bonnie made this decision intentionally.  Without liners, the bags carry through with the natural look. The exceptions to lining occur with handbags made from dyed cowhides.  These bags are lined so that no color will transfer to the contents.  Bonnie does reinforce the bottoms of the larger bags to add strength.

Using the drop down feature, visit  all our handbag selections.  Be it shoulder bags, cross-body bags, fannie pacs, clutches or messenger bags, we make them.


Want a custom bag?  Want special hardware?  Different strap?  Drop me a note at bonniejayneart@comcast.net and let me know what you’d like.


 Posted by at 7:25 pm

  2 Responses to “Handbags”

  1. Hi Bonnie
    I saw your bags at the st. Augustine art fair. I’m looking for a cross body bag that is mostly white with lots of small black spots on it. Do you have any available.?
    Email dlshammas@gmail.com

    • Hi Diana,
      Thank you for your interest in Bonnie Jayne art natural cowhide handbags. The closest one we have in inventory that meets your description is item # 3685 on our web site under the shoulder bags page. The strap on the bag is 40″ long but if you like the bag, we can change the strap to 48″, either leather or chain. We are constantly adding to our inventory as we obtain new hides. Thank you again for your interest and we look forward to hearing from you.
      The Team at Bonnie Jayne Art

 Leave a Reply

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>