I often get asked what to look for when buying a leather wallet so I put together this easy guide of the top 10 things to look for when buying a leather wallet to help you.
The home of UK handmade leather Goods
We only use premium full-grain leather which being entirely organic, veg-tanned leather will improve over time, growing darker and softer with use which means it will become as unique, and as an individual, as you are.
Handmade in the UK
Everything we produce is handmade in the UK, which means that your product is of the highest quality; therefore, you will never need to buy a new item, guaranteed.
We only use
Which enables you to smell the sweet, earthy and heady
smell of traditionally crafted leather.
We have hand crafted a wide selection of bespoke high end corporate gifts for a wide variety of customers from ‘welcome keyrings’ for a new luxury housing development to special Christmas gifts for an Aston Martin garage.
Please get in touch if you are looking for something that bit special.
Bespoke cardholders for an Aston Martin garage
Hipflasks for a specialist skiing company
Bespoke keyrings for new luxury homes
Sit back and relax and read through the updates and information from our workbench.
With almost 350 leather and thread colour combinations we hope that there is one that you like? To try to make things easier this page shows the current possible colour combinations. Please click on each image for a closer look and to see the colour name. The threads...
Crusting is a process that thins and lubricates leather. It often includes a colouring operation. Chemicals added during crusting must be fixed in place. Crusting culminates with a drying and softening operation, and may include splitting, shaving, dyeing, whitening...
Tanning is chemical a process that stabilizes the proteins, particularly collagen, of the raw hide to increase the thermal, chemical, and microbiological stability of the hides and skins, making it suitable for a wide variety of end applications. The principal...
The preparatory stage of leather manufacturing is when the hide is prepared for tanning. Preparatory stages may include soaking, hair removal, liming, deliming, bating, bleaching, and pickling. To view more quick facts then have a look here: Quick Facts This week's...
The leather manufacturing process is divided into three fundamental subprocesses: preparatory stages, tanning, and crusting. A further subprocess, finishing, can be added into the leather process sequence, but not all leathers receive this finishing step. To view more...
According to a report for the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, 99% of the raw hides and skins used in the production of leather derive from animals raised for meat and/or dairy production. To view more quick facts then have a look here: Quick Facts...
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