Fit all your monetary necessities into this handmade leather mini wallet designed and produced by Massachusetts maker Frank Clegg. The leather is vegetable-tanned, which is the oldest historical method for tanning leather and the process that preserves the animal hide, preventing it from hardening over time. The wallet has a clean, minimalist aesthetic, in part due to the rounded and polished edges that are a signature for this American leather goods company.
Stash your cash into the large center compartment and slide your credit cards and IDs into the two outside pockets. The raw leather interior provides a natural grip so that you never lose your most precious belongings. Avoid contact with water, chemicals, extreme conditions and dry weather if possible. If exposed to any of these elements, use a soft washcloth to rub leather polish onto the surface of the wallet as desired. This wallet will age beautifully over time, developing a unique patina through the years.
This clever wallet is designed and produced by Frank Clegg Leather Studio in Fall River, Massachusetts. Clegg's pedigree led him to his profession: his great grandfather was a leather tanner in England and his mother was a talented seamstress. For over 40 years, Clegg has been crafting quality leather products alongside his highly skilled team.
Vegetable-tanned leather mini card wallet for all your necessities. Large center compartment and one outside pocket on each side. Handmade in Massachusetts. 4 inches wide x 2.75 inches high x 0.25 inches deep. Ships Free. (more info)
4 inches W x 2.75 inches H x 0.25 inches D
(10 cm x 7 cm x 0.6 cm)
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