by Dara Leather December 20, 2019

Finally... it arrived!⁣

The black veg tan leather i ordered and was so patiently waiting on (not) came in, so we got the last 8 sets of hardware made up yesterday & they’re real beauties😍. ⁣

These solid brass Japanese style fish hooks are sand casted in the USA & finished in the most amazing antique copper patina. You simply slip the hook onto your belt, belt loop or jeans & you have a key lugger unlike any other. They look absolutely class⚡️. ⁣

The leather we use is Italian full grain vegetable tanned (rather than the toxic chrome tanned leather you see everywhere). After we laser cut the leather here in our workshop, we carefully hand paint the edges. ⁣

We then bind the leather and hardware together using 2 x solid copper rivets. Done the ole fashioned way, by hand using a setting tool & hammering the end into a dome 🔨. ⁣

The 26mm key ring is heavy duty, so instead of you cowboys ruining your precious nails, use a butter knife or similar to pry open the ring a little and attach your keys. ⁣

We design and make our own card display boards too, pretty cool eh! ⁣

Let us know & we’ll personalise this keychain for free by stamping up to 3 initials into the leather using our brass stamps. ⁣ ⁣

Dara Leather
Dara Leather


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