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Black elephant wallet
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You can choose the leather, finish and colors according to your desire.
Wallet made of black elephant. Inside in indigo goatskin. This piece was entirely hand-stitched with a saddle stitch, using black linen thread. The size can be customized at the customer’s request. Dimensions: 70mm high by 90mm long.
Your wallet in black elephant was crafted with the traditional saddlery and leathercrafting know-how of Duret Paris. We have been bringing our exacting quality, subtle style, and eye for perfection to our unique and authentic leather goods for over 25 years. The quality of our leathers and skins is paramount to us, since they will be the cornerstone of the wallet or accessory you select. The leather of your wallet or accessory is then dyed the desired color, black, using natural pigments. A hallmark of Duret Paris, a patinated black can also be achieved through the application of beeswax. You can pick the type of buckle that best matches your black wallet from our choice of gold, palladium or ruthenium finishes. Your black leather wallet is equally suited to daily wear or special occasions like a wedding or award ceremony. Whether you choose it from our Classic, Bold, Timeless or Top Notch collections, your black leather wallet can be monogrammed with your initials – or someone else’s, if it is to be a gift.
Choosing elephant hide as a leather for your wallet makes for an uncommon look, because it has a very distinctive appearance with a dense, rich texture marked with creases. Elephant hide is rare and has a wilderness feel to it, with a bit of a vintage vibe. It is generally dyed in sober colors like shades of black, blue, khaki, or beige, using natural pigments. Your elephant hide wallet will chiefly stand out for the texture of its elephant leather, and the fine craftsmanship required to work it. Duret Paris sources elephant hides that meet the criteria set out in the Washington Convention (also known as CITES), which governs international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora.