Whitehouse Cox "S1957 ZIP WALLET"

Whitehouse Cox
Since its founding in 1875, Whitehouse Cox has been making various leather goods such as high-quality harnesses, sophisticatedly designed bags, belts, and wallets. The representative leather used is English bridle leather, which is strong and durable. It is carefully tanned with natural vegetation such as bark and seeds for about 10 weeks, and natural dyes are soaked deep into the leather. It's something I took my time on. Experienced craftsmen will shape the best materials made in this way with reliable traditional techniques.

It is the most representative leather among the leathers used in White House Cox. The raw leather used for bridle leather is the highest grade cowhide sought in Europe, including the UK, and is strong and durable. It is tanned for about 10 weeks with full vegetable tanning using natural plants such as bark and seeds. It is then aniline-finished using dyes and dipped in bridle grease until the tallow penetrates deep into the leather. A white powdery substance called bloom may appear on bridle leather products immediately after purchase or after a long period of non-use. to return to the leather.

"S1957 ZIP WALLET" zip wallet
The S-1957 is a zip round based on a compact bi-fold wallet. It has a great size that fits in the back pocket of the pants, but it also has functional storage with a card pocket and a coin case attached to the bill compartment divided into two compartments.

size (cm)
Free / Height 13 Width 9.5 (closed)
Wallet: 2 Coin purse: 1 Card slot: 3 Pockets: 3

Material: Bridle Leather
Handmade in England

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