Margaux and Walter Kent named the Marlowe Lunch Bag after their friend Katie Marlowe, who was known for giving her husband and children lunch bags that contained handwritten notes or quotations. Made of sustainable and durable wax canvas, the Marlowe bag contains an exterior pouch, designed for putting a handwritten message, following Katie’s tradition. The bag can be wiped clean and maintains the classic look of a paper lunch sack, without ever needing to be thrown away.

Peg and Awl’s products have a timeless quality that is reflected in their materials, design, and the stories behind each product. In their Philadelphia studio, Margaux and Walter Kent create products with new history that inspire conversation and joy.  Search "norm lunch plate" from Spotlight on Peg and Awl: Home Products with History