Honey ostrich belt, embellished with a bright gold Delta buckle. Made-to-measure, this handmade belt has been entirely sewn by hand with a saddle stitch, using a white linen thread. Lining in orange grained calf, width 30 mm.
Ostrich skin is distinguished by its quill bumps – the small, raised points on the skin where the follicles are and that feathers used to grow out of. This bumpy texture is the unique hallmark of ostrich, one of the most beautiful and resistant leathers in the world. Very pliable and easy to handle, ostrich skin is an absolute pleasure to work with. Our artisans will sew your ostrich skin belt entirely by hand, usingge-old traditional leathercrafting techniques. The ostrich leather is dyed using natural pigments. We use linen thread, which we coat with beeswax to ensure that the seams are watertight. You can choose the finish you like best for the buckle on your ostrich leather belt, whether it be gold, palladium or ruthenium.
Your honey ostrich belt is made with the respect of the artisanal know-how of Duret Paris. For more than 25 years, our values of exigency, finesse and perfection have resulted in the creation of unique and authentic pieces. The quality of our leathers and skins is our priority since they will constitute the essential of your future belt or accessory. The honey color is then fixed on the leather of your belt or accessory with natural pigments. A true trademark of Duret Paris, the honey color can also be applied with beeswax in order to achieve a patina. You can choose the type of buckle best suited to your honey belt among gold, palladium or ruthenium colors. Your honey leather belt can be worn on a daily basis or for events such as weddings or award shows. Whether you prefer the belts from our Classic, Unusual, Bold, or Timeless collections, your honey leather belt can be engraved with your initials or those of your loved one.
Our satin finish belts are suitable for your daily, evening or cocktail outfits, but also for your most fashionable outfits. The satin finish is the last step in a long tanning process. This process takes an average of four weeks. The satin finish can be applied to both grained and smooth leathers. To achieve the satin finish, the leather is fed between two heated presses.