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Hand made bridle leather belt

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by engine, Jun 5, 2016.

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    engine Active Member

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    Hand stitched by an Russian master saddler using linen thread and solid brass buckle.

    Finest quality, naturally tanned full-grain bridle leather by Wickett and Craig. Because the natural grain is not
    corrected by destroying the surface of the leather and applying a uniform finish, as is the case with virtually
    all leather these days, the weave or grain gives each individual belt its own unique finish.
    This matures over the years to a rich polished oak colour, showing any natural features, such as scars
    or growth marks, which give character to the leather.

    These belt is handmade using traditional saddlery skill, finished with a hot crease around the edge.

    - 4 mm full grain brown bridle leather
    - 37 mm (1,5") wide
    - solid brass “London Dee” buckle
    - premium waxed linen thread
    - edges are hand painted and waxed
    - size 31-33, the length from the buckle neck to the middle hole is 88 cm or 34.5 inches
    - 5 holes

    International shipping 15 USD.​
     
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