Although Mulberry is not as well-known as Louis Vuitton, you should be careful when purchasing a Mulberry bag that you buy a real bag. There are some features that make you recognize the authenticity of a Mulberry bag. First of all, the logo: the Mulberry tree is punched and not painted or the like. You should also look at the leaves of the tree. Many fake models have a different blade shape. Before you buy, ask the seller for a photo of the logo. Another indication is the serial number: for Mulberry bags the serial number is engraved cleanly. Other punched details such as MULBERRY should be exactly the brand's branding. The seams at Mulberry bags are clean and straight, crooked seams are not found on a Mulberry bag. Finally, only 30% of a Mulberry bag is produced in England. Many work steps are completed in other countries, a "Made in China" note is not necessarily a reference to a fake. Especially at partner shops, which do not guarantee authenticity, you should be sure before you decide to buy.