The Mirrour Which Flatters Not Tote Bag
This tote bag features the 17th century The Mirrour Which Flatters Not woodcut which depicts Crowned Death sitting on a pile of skulls and bones. Death holds a sceptre and a frame enclosing the words. One of Death's feet rests on a celestial sphere. By Death's other foot sits a winged hourglass with skull on top. The digital collage is by Ravensdaughter.
This tote bag measures 18" x 18" and is made from spun polyester poplin. It has a 1" wide shoulder strap and black lining.