I like the shape of envelopes. The rhythm of the rectangle and the diagonal, and the seal in the center. Based on the shape of such an envelope, I made a long wallet that can be used a lot with a lot of it. * Material: Finest Italian leather (made by Tempesti, Italy) * Size: T110 x W200 x D35 mm (please allow some errors) * Leather quality: Solid thickness, smooth leather quality that is familiar to the hand, and dyed leather with natural unevenness and transparency. * Color: Plum (changes to a deeper shade due to aging, sunburn, friction, etc.) [Large-capacity wallet made from high-quality oil-finished Italian leather] Folding gusset type that opens wide. The zipper also opens wide, making it easy to take out coins. There are 12 cards in the horizontal insertion type. Recommended for those who want to have a lot of cards. There are many squeezes, and the front sill has an inner lid. In addition, there is a partition on the back, so you can use it even if you put a passbook etc. [What you need to know when choosing genuine leather products] Did you know that even if you say "genuine leather" in a nutshell, there is a big difference in its nature and price. In fact, even if it says "genuine leather," the prices vary. The price difference depends on the design and manufacturing process, but it is not uncommon for the same genuine leather to have a difference of 10 times or more when compared in terms of "leather material costs". Why does it make so much difference? The reason is described below. Leather is roughly divided into two manufacturing methods. "Chrome tanning" and "plant tannin tanning". Currently, the mainstream leather on the market is leather tanned using "chrome tanned" chemical components. Chrome tanned leather has the advantages of a relatively uniform surface, flexibility and heat resistance. In addition, the cost is low because it can be finished in large quantities in a short time, but on the other hand, it is also a leather that does not easily undergo "aging", which is the real pleasure of using genuine leather. Aged scratches and stains remain unchanged and remain as scratches and stains, and are visible as "deterioration." In other words, [chrome tanned leather is a material suitable for mass production, and when finished, it is the most beautiful leather]. On the other hand, "vegetable tannin tanned", leather tanned using the astringency of plants, is called "Nume leather". Nume leather tanning is an ancient manufacturing method. The finish retains the texture of the raw leather, and the surface is easily affected by natural scratches and bloodline scars, and the softness varies depending on the part. It takes a long time to finish, so the cost is high and it is hard to say that it is a stable material, but it is a leather that you can enjoy "aging" such as the change in luster due to long-term use and the appearance of increasing the depth of color. Nume leather is an old manufacturing method that takes time and cost, but it is not perfect when you pick it up, and you can say that it is a leather that you will become more attached to over a long period of time. What you are looking for in a material called leather is that it is a material that can be used for a long time. "Because I have leather products, I want you to choose leather that you can enjoy the change by using it for a long time." With that in mind, KALEIDOSCOPE's work focuses on "Nume leather". The leather used in this work is the finest Italian shoulder made by Tempesti, Italy. "The more you use it, the more beautiful it is" I chose the most suitable material, considering that it will be used for a long time. ] It is a high-quality Italian single bat manufactured by Tempesti, a long-established tanner in the Santa Croce district, which is said to be the birthplace of plant tanning in the Tuscany region where many tanners gather. We use leather that features a natural color unevenness finished with 100% dye and a bucket finish of oil that has been slowly added 1.5 to 2 times the normal amount over time without a "greasy" finish. [Metal fittings are made of solid brass as much as possible] Like leather, the more you use it, the more it tastes. Since the leather is taut at the beginning of use, the metal fittings may feel hard to close, but it will become familiar as you use it. Since the spring hook also wears, if you make it easy to close from the beginning, the hook may loosen in a short period of time, so this adjustment is made. [Commitment in production] By hand as much as possible. KALEIDOSCOPE's work is particular about "making it by hand cutting as much as possible with a leather knife that I sharpened myself". The paper pattern is also drawn on thick paper and cut by hand. I would be happy if you could feel the feeling of handicrafts one by one. Origin / Production method Origin: Japan Handmade (Imported Italian luxury leather to Japan, designed and manufactured by Japanese craftsmen)
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- A foldable gusseted wallet that opens wide. The zipper also opens wide, making it easy to take out coins. There are 12 cards in the horizontal insertion type. Recommended for those who want to have a lot of cards. There are many squeezes, and the front sill has an inner lid. There is also a partition on the back.