Bridle HideCoat Wallet with 20 C/C

£295.00

Nut/London Tan

Item code: BH072BJNTL

Add Personalisation: (+£30.00) 

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DESCRIPTION

This coat wallet offers plenty of space for your cards and cash, without making the wallet look bulky. The long and slim design of the wallet makes it fit into your coat and jacket pocket perfectly, looking elegant in the pocket as well as in you hand. The beautiful dark nut colour combines with the bright London Tan interior perfectly. 

Bridle leather is bound to change in time and acquires a beautiful shiny patina. The traditional English bridle leather is strong enough to keep your possessions protected, becoming a lifelong friend. The London Tan panel hide inside the wallet does darken in time and may bruise if put under pressure. We always advise against keeping the Bridle Hide products in trouser pockets, where the pressure and humid conditions may deteriorate the leather prematurely, especially if never cleaned nor polished. 

DETAILS AND FEATURES

Outside leather:

bridle leather

Inside leather:

vegetable tanned panel hide

Pocket linings:

jacquard fabric

Features list:

20 credit card slots,

2 long note slip pockets

Size:

18cm X 10cm X 1cm (closed)

Net weight:

95g approx.

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

Ettinger's Fine Bridle Hide

Ettinger's fine bridle leather is different to traditional bridle hide. Made especially for us, this fine bridle hide is dyed through and much finer in all respects, meaning it is much better for making small leather goods in the refined way that characterises Ettinger.


Panel Hide

Ettinger’s iconic London Tan panel leather is a vegetable tanned full grain cowhide that is made especially for us to our strict specifications. Unique in many ways, this leather is a true marker of the Ettinger style, copied elsewhere but never matched.