One more custom job has won the like of a fully satisfied customer in Australia.
Matthew Gilbert from Victoria Point West in Queensland, purchased 2 custom leather wallets 2 weeks ago and just sent me the following message, which make me feel more than delighted, of course. If it wasn’t for this kind of comments, I am not sure I would still be doing what I do.
I have received my package on 15 September with no problems. My first impression of your work was WOW!!! You are truly a gifted craftsman and I believe that your work far exceeds your description and photos on your listings.
Your stitching and lacing skills are by far the best I have seen, you simply cannot get custom leather work like this in Australia, I guess over here it is somewhat of a dying craft unfortunately, but what is good for you is that I have given you 5 stars all round on my feedback and I have saved your details as a seller and more than likely will purchase more of your work in the future. Also I know plenty of bikers and given their liking for custom made gear I will happily pass on the eBay details so they can get in contact with you if they wish. One question, do you think you could do that lacing around my wallets on the edges of a motorcycle vest??? That would look so cool and unique I think.
Take care and kind regards,
I have sent Matt a reply of course but I’d like to make it public too. I can also make braided custom biker leather jackets; I have only had a couple as custom jacket orders so far, I might post the pictures one of these days.
Take care you all and please keep on send me feedback, it’s the gas that makes me ride this beautiful road of life.
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The Black Ninja turtle shell backpack is an ideal motorcycle ninja pack. It’s primary value comes for the simple design and ease of use. The genuine tooling leather used for the crafted rucksack has been moulded in order to archive the turtle shell shape of the outer most part. Benefits of the design are great water repellence and aerodynamics to ensure top performances on motorbikes.
The inside pig skin lining, features a single pocket where to maybe keep your iPad or ninja weapons nice and tight.
The back side that is in contact with the upper part of your back, implements a harness like system to avoid direct contact of the outer shell with your back, therefore keeping your body cool and ready for action. Also, the backpack can be easily detached from the harness for the different uses a Ninja requires.
The straps are adjustable and provide a comfortable fit, which helps in keeping your shoulders in line and back straight.
The leather colour is archived by coating the raw hides with natural solvents to soak the upper most surface of the leather, rendering a permanent and uniformly distributed black colour, with a two tone effect.
Would you want the Ninja backpack handmade in a different leather colour? Do not hesitate to let us know; you can select amongst 5 leather finishing colours, the one as in the above picture, white and the following:
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Credit card money clip wallets designed for comfort and style.
Credit card slots and inner pockets, allow ease of access as well as adequate storage for ids and driving licence.
Also, works great to store public transport magnetic cards (like the London Public Transport Oyster Card) and/or any other magnetic cards; no need to get the card out of your wallet, have it ready on the go.
The leather money clip wallet is made entirely by hand to the highest standards of Italian crafting.
The money clip wallet features 2 credit card slots, 2 side pockets and an high quality metal clip.
To further keep your notes in place, a leather flap nicely stops notes from moving about inside the leather money clip wallet.
The 2 side pockets, have been specifically designed in order for you to keep your magnetic cards in. No need to slide the cards out, it will work fine with public transport systems or other. The leather wallet side pocket can, of course, be used for documents or driving licence, too.
The slim money clip wallet can easily be kept in the pocket of your jeans as well as in your jacket pocket. The small size of the bi fold money clip wallet allows a very comfortable wear.
Further more, if you’d require one of more money clip wallets in a different dimension, colour or shape, simply get in touch and we’ll custom make your order to your specification.
I remember 25 years ago when I used to bring my mom’s shoes to the “calzolaio” (shoes repair man/leather crafter) to get them fixed or to get some holes made on my new leather belt. I used to look at the handmade leather bags in display and spend hours looking at him, silently working away. Where is that man gone? Where is that little business moved to? Well the answer is that it simply stopped running, the request for the man services went down further and further by the day, since my little town (not so little in size) nearby Milan fully entered the industrial revolution and embraced the “buy, use and throw away” culture.
Yes, in a matter of about 10 years, every crafter shop (leather, wood, traditional garments) in the area, have disappeared, where to?, I don’t know, but surely not closer to the now MASSIVE shopping mall, which dominates the entire district and further more. No matter where you are, shopping mall cloud is over you to stop people from getting irradiated by the beautiful spring sun which has inspired dozens of men and women crafters in the previous 200 years. “Sorry maybe a little to drastic, but …” Continue reading »Filed under Inspiring | Tags: artisan, crafters, craftman, handmade, leather, leather bag, leather crafter, leather work, milan | Comment (0)