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Honey vegetable-tanned calfskin large diary cover

2,400.00 

2,400.00 

Very large diary cover in honey and mahogany patinated vegetable-tanned calfskin, handmade and lined in chocolate-colored goatskin. Hand sewn with a saddle stitch, using brown linen thread. Interior layout customized in line with the client’s wishes.

Honey and mahogany

Your diary cover in honey and mahogany patinated vegetable-tanned calfskin 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 diary cover or accessory you select. The leather of your diary cover or accessory is then dyed the desired color, honey and mahogany, using natural pigments. A hallmark of Duret Paris, a patinated honey and mahogany can also be achieved through the application of beeswax. Your honey and mahogany leather diary cover can be monogrammed with your initials – or someone else’s, if it is to be a gift.

Calf

Duret Paris has been expertly and lovingly crafting exquisite objects in calf leather since 1988. Our diary covers in calf are made entirely by hand, in the finest traditions of saddlery and leatherworking. Thick, strong and available in a variety of sizes, calfskin is often used for small leather goods and fashion items. Its lovely smoothness and shine on the grain side makes calfskin an ideal material to choose for your luxury diary cover from Duret Paris. It is renowned for its beauty and quality, and our leather artisans respect that by using other noble materials – like natural pigments – when working with calf. Calfskin also lends itself well to having a beautiful patina applied, if you would like that for your diary cover.

Patinated

Exquisite patinas have been the hallmark of Duret Paris for over 25 years. The entire patination process is carried out by hand by Mickaël Benarroch and his team of skilled leather artisans, who apply natural pigments and beeswax to achieve the desired effect. Putting a patina on leather is a way of imitating the natural ageing of the animal skin. Patinas can have a classic appearance, or be intended to create effects like old wood, or the marble look of our museum calf. All types of leather can take a patina, and we have applied patinas to diary covers from leathers as different as calfskin, lambskin, crocodile, python and even ostrich. So whichever of these leathers you choose, Duret Paris can add a patina that will make your diary cover a truly unique and luxurious accessory.

Vegetable-tanned

Our vegetable-tanned diary covers have the benefit of using only natural ingredients. The use of wood, bark, roots, leaves or fruit in the vegetable-tanned tanning technique makes each leather unique – it produces different depths of color, weights, and softnesses. The vegetable tanning process can take anywhere between 48 hours to more than 30 days. Vegetable-tanned leather is also more supple and easier to work with. Over time, the vegetable tannins will oxidize due to exposure to light, so the leather naturally develops a pleasing patina with the passing of time. Vegetable-tanned leather is also environmentally friendly, as it can be recycled.

Honey vegetable-tanned calfskin large diary cover

2,400.00 

Do you have any inquiries regarding this product ?

Honey vegetable-tanned calfskin large diary cover

2,400.00 

Do you have any inquiries regarding this product ?

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Very large diary cover in honey and mahogany patinated vegetable-tanned calfskin, handmade and lined in chocolate-colored goatskin. Hand sewn with a saddle stitch, using brown linen thread. Interior layout customized in line with the client’s wishes.

Honey and mahogany

Your diary cover in honey and mahogany patinated vegetable-tanned calfskin 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 diary cover or accessory you select. The leather of your diary cover or accessory is then dyed the desired color, honey and mahogany, using natural pigments. A hallmark of Duret Paris, a patinated honey and mahogany can also be achieved through the application of beeswax. Your honey and mahogany leather diary cover can be monogrammed with your initials – or someone else’s, if it is to be a gift.

Calf

Duret Paris has been expertly and lovingly crafting exquisite objects in calf leather since 1988. Our diary covers in calf are made entirely by hand, in the finest traditions of saddlery and leatherworking. Thick, strong and available in a variety of sizes, calfskin is often used for small leather goods and fashion items. Its lovely smoothness and shine on the grain side makes calfskin an ideal material to choose for your luxury diary cover from Duret Paris. It is renowned for its beauty and quality, and our leather artisans respect that by using other noble materials – like natural pigments – when working with calf. Calfskin also lends itself well to having a beautiful patina applied, if you would like that for your diary cover.

Patinated

Exquisite patinas have been the hallmark of Duret Paris for over 25 years. The entire patination process is carried out by hand by Mickaël Benarroch and his team of skilled leather artisans, who apply natural pigments and beeswax to achieve the desired effect. Putting a patina on leather is a way of imitating the natural ageing of the animal skin. Patinas can have a classic appearance, or be intended to create effects like old wood, or the marble look of our museum calf. All types of leather can take a patina, and we have applied patinas to diary covers from leathers as different as calfskin, lambskin, crocodile, python and even ostrich. So whichever of these leathers you choose, Duret Paris can add a patina that will make your diary cover a truly unique and luxurious accessory.

Vegetable-tanned

Our vegetable-tanned diary covers have the benefit of using only natural ingredients. The use of wood, bark, roots, leaves or fruit in the vegetable-tanned tanning technique makes each leather unique – it produces different depths of color, weights, and softnesses. The vegetable tanning process can take anywhere between 48 hours to more than 30 days. Vegetable-tanned leather is also more supple and easier to work with. Over time, the vegetable tannins will oxidize due to exposure to light, so the leather naturally develops a pleasing patina with the passing of time. Vegetable-tanned leather is also environmentally friendly, as it can be recycled.

If you like this article but would prefer to customize it slightly

please get in touch using the form below or via WhatsApp. You can choose the type of leather, the finish, and the colors to suit your tastes.

Each individual piece being unique, any specific request (regarding patinas, stitches…) will be subject to a tailor-made quotation.

Additional
Information

Leatherwork

Leather finish

,

Interior skins

Interior color

Diary cover height

Open cover width

Leather goods color

If you like this article but would prefer to customize it slightly

please get in touch using the form below or via WhatsApp. You can choose the type of leather, the finish, and the colors to suit your tastes.

Each individual piece being unique, any specific request (regarding patinas, stitches…) will be subject to a tailor-made quotation.

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Additional
information

Leatherwork

Leather finish

,

Interior skins

Interior color

Diary cover height

Open cover width

Leather goods color