Morocco balgha leather carved handmade shoes blue stomp shoes indoor shoes

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This color is really the same color as the small fishing boat docked there! Seagulls are usually flooding over the ship. This blue is animated image in the impression.

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Morocco balgha leather carved handmade shoes blue stomp shoes indoor shoes

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** Handsome Moroccan handmade leather shoes, from the carving of the upper to the piece forming of the shoes are all handmade The exquisite Mo-style carvings can see the flower sketches unique to Islamic culture. The white teeth are the color of the carved plaster walls in the mosque Can be used as indoor shoes, if you are afraid of slipping, you can stick non-slip stickers on your soles Can also be used as shoes to go out, but because even the soles are leather, afraid of wear will be distressed, go to the corner of the shoemaker and ask him to add a rubber sole for you! The Moroccan girls in Zhenggang are all wearing outfits ~ They look good with long skirts or tannin jeans. Moroccan leather goods are known for their fine yet strong texture + warm, saturated colors Leather kneading and dyeing not only follow the millennium ancient method, but also use pure natural dyes for dyeing Do you know that each color is dyed with those dyes? The answer is below ^^ 🌵Green: Mimosa, Mint Ocher yellow: rhizome of pomegranate 🍎Red: petals of poppy 🐟Blue: blue dyed indigo 🍊 Orange: henna henna leaves About | Morocco Leather Moroccan Morocco; Moroccan, in addition to being a Moroccan, in the words of professional leather means Moroccan leather is a fine and flexible Moroccan animal leather that is a specialty of Morocco. Because of its high-quality feel and saturated and delicate color, Europeans have used them to make ladies gloves and shoes since the 16th century, and they have also been used to make luxurious book covers, wallets, luggage, etc. Visually, it is usually saturated with red, blue, black, and green. The feel is excellent and soft but strong and durable. Adhere to not using the cheaper modern industrial tanning method, all leather parts of the Hump brand mint tea use the millennium traditional tanning technology, and they are not only touching the leather, but the historical and cultural essence. note: -The leather will be hard just after it is received. After use, the Moroccan leather will gradually soften, and the color may become slightly darker and the surface brighter. -Moroccan leather is dyed by non-scale industries. Friction with water may discolor dyed leather. Please be careful not to carry rain on your back! -No special maintenance is required. If you insist on maintenance, use regular cow leather maintenance cream. -Because the bags are all measured by the naked eyes of the uncles and aunts of Morocco, handmade, small size differences, small scratches caused by leather surface treatment or the birthmark of the leather itself, uneven coloring by hand-knitting, and the sewing thread ends are not cut, etc. All may find the handicraft differences and traces of the Hai Pai masters. Because of this, all bags are unique, there is only one !! If a good friend wants to buy two of the same, you can privately message us, but I can only try to find materials to do it for you. Because each looks different, this is our Moroccan romance, and we dare not expect everyone to understand and love it, but we warmly recommend it to you who also love handmade, unique and Morocco. Origin / manufacturing methods Moroccan handmade

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