Naughty but true! On a final note, if you’re wondering whether it’s worth spending the extra money for the real thing, here’s a little gem of a comment from a consumer who broke all the rules of brand etiquette and bought a Mulberry fake, the lock of which promptly failed (quelle surprise) and was repaired free of charge by a Mulberry retailer proving that even authorised dealers can’t tell the difference!
“I cannot believe this! I have bought a "Genuine" Bayswater for £350.00 on e-bay last year and it is just like an original. In fact I had a Mulberry retailer fix the lock for me free of charge!” Sharon Butler.