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MRE Bags Over the Years
A handbag , also called purse in North American English , is a handled medium-to-large bag used to carry personal items.
The term "purse" originally referred to a small bag for holding coins. In many English-speaking countries it is still used to refer a small money bag. A "handbag" is a larger accessory that holds objects beyond currency, such as personal items.
American English typically uses the terms purse and handbag interchangeably. The term handbag began appearing in the early s. Initially, it was most often used to refer men's hand-luggage.
Women's bags grew larger and more complex during this period, and the term was attached to the accessory. She would invariably bring out of the bag a crucial document from which she would quote, her speech notes often being cut to size to fit inside. The verb's more general meaning of "treating ruthlessly" came to symbolise Thatcher's whole style of government. US secretary of state James Baker recalled her standby ploy: The solution is always there.
Julian Critchley , one of her biggest Tory backbench critics, once said, "Margaret Thatcher and her handbag is the same as Winston Churchill and his cigar.
Early modern Europeans wore purses for one sole purpose: Purses were made of soft fabric or leather and were worn by men as often as ladies; the Scottish sporran is a survival of this custom. In the 17th century, young girls were taught embroidery as a necessary skill for marriage; this also helped them make very beautiful handbags. Women wanted purses that would not be bulky or untidy in appearance, so reticules were designed.
Reticules were made of fine fabrics like silk and velvet, carried with wrist straps. First becoming popular in France, they crossed over into Britain, where they became known as "indispensables. They used purses and pockets , which became popular in men's trousers. The modern purse, clutch, pouch or handbag came about in England during the Industrial Revolution , in part due to the increase in travel by railway. In the Doncaster industrialist and confectionery entrepreneur Samuel Parkinson of butterscotch fame ordered a set of travelling cases and trunks and insisted on a travelling case or bag for his wife's particulars after noticing that her purse was too small and made from material that would not withstand the journey.
He stipulated that he wanted various handbags for his wife, varying in size for different occasions and asked that they be made from the same leather that was being used for his cases and trunks to distinguish them from the then-familiar carpetbag and other travellers' cloth bags used by members of the popular classes.
Cave London obliged and produced the first modern set of luxury handbags, as we would recognize them today, including a clutch and a tote named as 'ladies travelling case'. These are now on display in the Museum of Bags and Purses in Amsterdam. Cave did continue to sell and advertise the handbags, but many critics said that women did not need them and that bags of such size and heavy material would 'break the backs of ladies.
Cave ceased to promote the bags after , concentrating on trunks instead, although they continued to make the odd handbag for royalty, celebrities or to celebrate special occasions, the Queen's Diamond Jubilee being the most recent. Cave resumed handbag production in During the s, the rationing of textiles for World War II led to the manufacturing of handbags made in materials like raffia  or crocheted from yarn.
Some women crocheted their own small handbags from commercial patterns during this period. The oldest known purse dates back more than years, and was a pouch worn by a man, Ötzi the Iceman.
In early Modern Europe, when women's fashions moved in the direction of using small ornamental purses, which evolved into handbags, men's fashions were moving in another direction.
Men's trousers replaced men's breeches during the course of the 18th and 19th centuries, and pockets were incorporated in the loose, heavy material. Nothing contained on this Web Site grants or should be construed as granting, by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license or right to use any trademarks, trade names, service marks or logos displayed on this Web Site without our written permission or the written permission of such third party owner.
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