Handmade and Hand Stitched Leather Wallet. Please click photo for full description and more photos.
The Owlet maybe pocket sized but with three dividers it will carry multiple cards, notes and coins all secured by two poppers and tuck lock.
These wallets are completely handmade out of Pueblo leather from the world famous Badalassi Carlo Tannery in Italy, 100% pure vegetable tanned leathercut from large hides, each edge is beveled, then dyed and polished by hand in my workshop in Leicestershire. To finish each item I use the traditional method of saddle stitching to give a rustic but stylish finish.
Dimensions (approx) - 10.5cm x 8cm
These are available in a variety of colours, if you would like a mix of two or three please just add a note to your order.
Leather is one of the few things that looks better with age! Over time, your leather item will become more beautiful, developing character and patina. If your leather begins to crack there is many leather moisturisers or oils that can help soften it, I strongly recommend that you test this on a small area that's not easily visible as it may slightly discolour you product.
These wallets can be personalised with your choice of up to 4 hand stamped letters, of which no more than 2 letters can be the same. Because these are not machine made, the lettering may not be perfectly straight, it adds to the uniqueness of each piece. Spacing and stamp depths may also vary and should not be considered a defect.
About Pueblo Leather - Produced by the world famous Badalassi Carlo tannery, Pueblo combines ruggedness with elegance. Pure vegetable tanned, dyed through shoulders with a unique rustic appearance. Rubbing the skins with a dry cloth will burnish it brighter as well as moving the colour darker. The more you brush your leather goods and footwear products, the more ‘lived in’ look you’ll achieve. Pueblo can be treated with natural creams and waxes. The touch to begin is slightly rough on your hands, but even if untreated over the years, the surface will become silky smooth through a natural patina change