You can't tell, but it's 12 inches by 8.25 by 6, and it's this perfect blue-based red. This is the smaller bag, only 5 and a bit inches high, the one I've admired in the shop for some time, but I decided I needed a bit more carrying capacity. The bags are made by a Calgary company (Adrian Klis at Canada Leathers) from primarily Italian leathers, and the women in the shop say their own stand up to all kinds of conditions and just get better and better looking, with the one proviso that they should not be sprayed. (It looks as if you could order directly from this company, and the price on the website is less than I paid but doesn't include shipping -- I wouldn't go 'round the backs of the women who found this for me, but since you're not in Nanaimo anyway . . .)
At $329, I think mine's a steal, especially with the great hardware and even little brass feet for keeping it out of (very shallow!) puddles. The interior is not full of organizers, only one zippered pouch on one wall, but I'm okay with that as I've been organizing myself with small, light bags. There's a simple shoulder strap which wouldn't be adequate for long walks but good enough for getting hands free while shopping or whatever. It won't arrive for a few weeks, but when it does, I'll have to take it out for a drink in honour of Belette's 200th. You're welcome, my dear! Anything else you need me to buy?