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J.P MARCELLINO Custom-made leather briefcase

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Rankiz, Mar 13, 2013.

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  1. Rankiz

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    I have decided to sell my J.P MARCELLINO Custom-made leather briefcase because of my back problem so currently I am only using backpacks or nothing at all. Because of this I have not been using this briefcase and it's therefore just as new.

    The briefcase is fully hand made and hand stitched. The whole briefcase is made of veg tanned leather from Herman Oak, except the inside divider. Here it's used chrome leather (lighter), and the top is finished with a 10 oz bridle strip for added support. I also made a review of my briefcase earlier.

    The briefcase has a full newspaper pocket and two internal pockets and would have costed $1050 at full price.

    Specs:
    Chestnut veg bridle leather
    16x12x2/2 (4")
    chrome divider with bridle support strip
    solid brass hardware with brass round lock and key
    finished, burnished black edges
    Top d rings, adjustable straps with shoulder pad
    2 front removable buckle straps
    Full Newspaper pocket with bottom strap holes
    Custom dust cover
    two inside pockets

    Price drop to $650.
    Picture of the process (I had around 200 email exchanges for this custom made briefcase)
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