Emma Opitz Uhland Red

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Canadian, vegetable tanned pit leather wrapped by hand with linen, hemp or polymer twine and... more
Product information "Emma Opitz Uhland Red"

Canadian, vegetable tanned pit leather wrapped by hand with linen, hemp or polymer twine and waxed several times. High-quality, bright tin-plated brass snap hooks and shackles.

Details:

  • Colour: red
  • snap hook: approx. 5 cm
  • shackle: ca. 2,5 cm
  • Total length approx. 40 - 44 cm*
  • Made in Berlin

Due to individual handwork, the use of different techniques and the naturalness of the materials, lengths and colours may vary slightly.

Material: Leder
Taste and good style are not always immediately recognizable. Unless you meet a leatherling.... mehr

Taste and good style are not always immediately recognizable. Unless you meet a leatherling. Whether adequately at the wrist, casually from the trouser pocket hanging or skillfully at the writing instrument fastened, a Lederling is recognition mark for good style. When Emma Opitz, who grew up on a farm in Silesia, teaches her grandson the Silesian knot, he not only sees the benefit in it, but also the aesthetic potential. Marc Türkheim (grandson) lovingly handcrafts the leatherlings in the Berlin manufactory. High-quality materials, such as Canadian, vegetable-tanned pit leather or the finest hemp twine complete the leather pieces.

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Emma Opitz

Taste and good style are not always immediately recognizable. Unless you meet a leatherling. Whether adequately at the wrist, casually from the trouser pocket hanging or skillfully at the writing instrument fastened, a Lederling is recognition mark for good style.
When Emma Opitz, who grew up on a farm in Silesia, teaches her grandson the Silesian knot, he not only sees the benefit in it, but also the aesthetic potential. Marc Türkheim (grandson) lovingly handcrafts the leatherlings in the Berlin manufactory. High-quality materials, such as Canadian, vegetable-tanned pit leather or the finest hemp twine complete the leather pieces.