CrocoStirrup Keyring

£75.00

Ebony/Black

Item code: CC152ATLEBB

Add Personalisation: (+£30.00) 

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DESCRIPTION

The golden hardware with a loop of luxurious croco print leather is the newest addition to the Ettinger family. The warm Ebony marries perfectly with the velvety black panel hide, hiding the golden emboss of the Royal Warrant within the loop. The shape of the D-Ring is inspired by the handle anchors of our traditional attaché cases, with the added Ettinger monogram etched on the end of the bulbs. The three split rings on the D-Ring are perfect for three different sets of keys, separating the sets whilst keeping them easily accessible. 

Please note, the strirrup keyrings can fit up to 2-3 initials, depending on the characters.

DETAILS AND FEATURES

Outside leather:

croco embossed cowhide

Inside leather:

black panel hide

Features list:

metal D-ring, 3 split rings

Size:

10cm x 2.5cm x 1.5cm

Net weight:

32g

Packaging:

handmade Ettinger gift box

Product care:

wipe clean with a soft damp cloth, 

leave to dry naturally, then follow the

specific instructions for the leathers in

Read more about this leather below

LEATHER AND MATERIALS

Croco

This superb crocodile print leather is made with Italian cowhide, which is chrome tanned, then has an aniline glazed finish and finally is embossed with a crocodile skin pattern. This croc’ print is exquisitely done and once the leather is made into a product it becomes difficult to know it isn’t real crocodile. Truly, this is the most realistic croco print leather we have ever seen!


Panel Hide

Ettinger’s iconic panel hide is a vegetable tanned full grain cowhide. It is tanned using only natural tanning agents, essentially different types of bark and plants. Vegetable tanning is not just a very natural process, but the longer time required to tan the leather means it develops a particularly natural look and feel.
Once tanned, we then apply a waxy coloured finish on top of the panel hide, to give it it’s colour and protect the surface.