Bellows Card / Coin Purse Case Tuscan leather (Italian cowhide)

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edo-minagi
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Bellows Card / Coin Purse Case Tuscan leather (Italian cowhide)

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Each piece is hand-dyed with 100% vegetable tannin namechee, which is called the traditional vacchetta method in Tuscany, Italy. The leather is hand-dyed, one piece at a time, using 100% vegetable tanninnameci to add fat. It is characterized by wrinkles on the shoulder (shoulder part) and has a smooth finish that is very comfortable to the touch and shows the good quality of the leather. This is a bellows type card case (5 compartments). Depending on the thickness of the cards, the two widest compartments at both ends can hold 8 to 10 cards, and the three inner compartments can hold about 5 cards. It can also be used for various purposes such as a coin purse or business card holder. It is simple to make and the leather feels very good to the touch, making it a product that you will never get tired of using. Specifications Card pocket x 5  Size 8cm (length), 11.5cm (width), 1.8cm (width), 40g Material: Tuscan cowhide (from Italy) Made in Japan

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Material
Genuine Leather
How It's Made
Handmade
Where It's Made
Japan
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Listing Summary
Each piece is hand-dyed with 100% vegetable tannin namechee, which is called the traditional vacchetta method in Tuscany, Italy. The leather is hand-dyed, one piece at a time, using 100% vegetable tanninnameci to add fat. The wrinkles on the shoulder (shoulder part) are distinctive, and the smooth finish gives the leather a very good feel and quality.

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