How it's made?

Everything I make of leather is born in my head. The idea has to be dressed in a graphic design, so I write everything down on a piece of paper in my notebook. Once I am sure that everything is perfect, I start working.

I put a patch of leather in front of me, and choose the best parts. Just like on human skin, sometimes small scars happen here, but they do not affect the quality of the product or the nature of its work. In fact, they make sure that the product is unique and made of 100% genuine leather.

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After choosing the right piece, I start cutting the leather by hand.

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Then I measure the appropriate distances.

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I also make the angles by hand, without using machines.

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Once I have the elements cut out, I start chamfering the edges.

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After chamfering, I begin to decorate the edges of the leather by hand.

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The next step is matting the surface of the leather for bonding, which is also done manually.

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I glue the elements together using very strong glue.

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Then I prepare the holes for the seam.

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The next step is manual sewing. The threads I use are the best quality linen threads available on the market.

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After sewing the elements together, I start to polish the edges by hand.

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And this is how one of the wallet's elements looks like, made by hand, without using machines.

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In this way, the product will last for years and the materials used in production will ensure a pleasant time of use. And after all, each of us likes to have something that is just his own... :)