Next up is Sarah Oliver of Sarah Oliver Handbags seeking $250,000 for 20 percent equity.

The bags are hand-knit in the U.S. by elderly people known as the “Purlettes + One.” The signature circle on the front of the bag is a brooch and can be detached and worn. Bags range from clutches, evening bags, shoulder bags and more.

Additionally, the bags include a card with information on the person who knitted the bag. Of course, Kevin O’Leary questions whether it’s a “sweatshop.”

To date, they have made $1.9 million. Lori Greiner likes the value placed on the elderly and offers $250,000 for 25 percent, looking to bring in each shark for five percent each.

Robert Herjavec finds the value in the heart-touching quality as well and goes in on the deal. O’Leary wants more answers though before committing and wants to know how he can bring in more “purlettes.”

Barbara Corcoran doesn’t see it as investable so goes out, as does Mark Cuban. O’Leary offers 30 percent among him, Herjavec and Greiner for $250,000. Herjavec and Greiner jump on O’Leary’s offer and throw out their original deal.

She accepts the deal with the three of them.

Final deal: Robert Herjavec, Lori Greiner and Kevin O’Leary for $250,000 for 30 percent.