BAGS, WALLETS AND CARDHOLDERS

A bag making out of thick leather is a very time consuming job and therefore often not cheap, first because first quality leather is quite expensive but by the time that is in it to make it. Advantage is however that, if properly maintained, a product of this quality will last your life. The bags I make are not mechanically but sewn by hand, colored and treated. This includes purses, wallets and cardholders as well.

Small messenger bag

DGLeather : 6 oktober 2016 11:51 : tassen

9oz veg.tanned leather messenger bag. Colored by airbrush. Dimensions 23x23x10cm. Totaly hand crafted and sewn by hand.

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New handles for shopper

DGLeather : 4 september 2016 13:35 : tassen

A Gucci handbag shopper changes to shoulder bag. The original handles were only 44 cm long and only suitable for use as a handbag. The new handles are 88 cm long for comfortable carrying on the schouder.Hand crafted in the same style as the original.

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Burgundy wallet

DGLeather : 1 september 2016 00:36 : tassen

This little wallet is made of 5oz veg tanned leather. 3 money pockets 3 creditcard pockets and a small change pocket. Color is Burgundy.

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Ladies bag messenger style

DGLeather : 26 februari 2016 18:17 : tassen

These ladies bag and strap with native influences is completely handmade and sewn. The bag has a large compartment and a separate compartment. The closure is the tip of a deer antler. The messenger style bag is dyed in antique black and made of 7,5oz veg.tanned leather.The edge of the uneven cover is deliberately left rough.

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Tough women’s shoulder bag

DGLeather : 19 december 2015 11:50 : tassen

This handmade bag is made of four different types of flexible chrome tanned leather. Inside is a zippered compartment that is removable with snaps. On the front are two pockets sewn and the strap is made of vegetable tanned leather with an Indian application stitched in yellow and turquoise. The bag is sewn on a machine and the strap is made entirely by hand and sewn.

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