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Shell Cordovan Horween Leather Wallet - Marbled Cognac

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Hand-stitched Marbled Horween Shell Cordovan Bifold Wallet

This handsome Wallet will surely satisfy your storage needs! The outer part is made from the rare Horween Cordovan leather with unmistakable "shell" shine. The inner part is the French Barenia (Novanapa) Leather. With time, this luxurious wallet will develop distinct patina making it truly yours and will serve you for years to come!

Personalization: Gold / Silver / Black / Neutral embossing personalization is available. Please tell me your initials or name at checkout The default location is left side bottom pocket. The font is Arial, UPPERCASE letters

Measurements: The wallet measures 112MM"H x 92MM"W (folded) x 12MM"(folded). 

Materials used:

Exterior - Horween Marbled Shell Cordovan Leather (USA)

Interior - Barenia Leather (France)

Non-Toxic Leather Glue (USA) 

Leather Edge Treatment (Italy)

Linen Thread (France)

 

Makes an Excellent Gift for Men!

Made in Los Angeles.

About Leather

Shell cordovan (or cordovan) is a rare, world-famous leather made of a specific layer of hide - "cordovan". The cordovan layer exists only in equine hides and has its maximum thickness on the rump area. The irregular oval shaped shells are tanned, stuffed, shaved, and then polished – a process taking at least six months. Each shell is slowly steeped in gentle vegetable liquors. The shells are genuine hot stuffed, then slicked onto glass frames to dry. Each shell is hand curried and shaved by highly skilled artisans to expose the shell. Dyes are hand rubbed on for a deep aniline finish. Finally, the shells are hand glazed to achieve the rich, glossy look and feel prized by fine craftsmen.

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