Burgundy Alligator Hand-Painted Bifold Card Holder N°4$ 1,980
- Product Notes
Using the most precious part of an American alligator, the belly cut, this Huitcinq1988 wallet is the very definition of luxury. The bifold design is fitted with four card slots, while the hand-painted edges, supple black goatskin lining and delicate saddle stitching make for a fine finish.
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- Size Notes
Length 10.5cm x Width 7.5cm
- Materials and Care Notes
Genuine Alligator Exterior, French Goatskin Interior, Goatskin Nappa Lining, French Waxed Linen Thread
- Delivery & returns
Due to the current global situation there might be delays in shipping. Our customer service team are available for any support you may require during this period.
This product is a Made To Order. It will be manufactured in Italy and dispatched in 3-4 weeks.
Please note this item is not returnable and we are unable to accept any order cancellation.
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Founded in 2014, Huitcinq1988 was born out of a passion for exotic skins and an appreciation of traditional craft. After studying haute couture and accessory design, owner Federico De Peppo started creating bags before specialising in small leather goods, but grew frustrated with the quality other artisans were producing. Taking the task into his own hands, Federico learnt how to make these specific pieces, shunning machines in favour of old tools and methods to achieve precision and uniqueness in every product. Made in Italy, the brand is mainly made-to-order, however, Federico produces two capsule collections each year using hides from animals such as alligator, crocodile and stingray in classic designs.
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