Idaho - round pencil case of vintage brown leather
- Brand: GreenBurry
- Sustainability: (semi) eco leather, fair trade
- Colour: brown
- Dimensions: 20 x 7 cm
- Material: leather
- Delivery: directly from stock
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Round pencil case of sturdy vegetable tanned leather
The Idaho is a handy cylindrical pouch made of strong cow leather which is ecologically tanned
This gives it a distressed vintage look. For pens, pencils and other writing. But also for make-up or small tools.
● Pencil case with outside dimensions 20 x 7 cm
● Robust, vegetable tanned bovine leather
● Closes with solid zipper
● Fair made in India
Vegetable tanned leather
This bag is made of high quality cow leather, which is tanned mainly with vegetable substances. After that it is treated with oil, which gives the leather a natural and rugged vintage look. This way it keeps its natural character and will get a beautiful patina in the course of time.
Because of the high fat content the leather can slightly emit when you start using it. However, this is purely vegetable and will disappear completely with a normal wash.
Fairly produced in India
The vintage eco-leather collection is produced in controlled and certified manufacturing facilities in India. Among other things this means there is no child labour and no social worker exploitation.
But that only organic oils and waxes are used to learning that are safe for employees and the environment.
In addition, the school fees paid for the children of the approximately 150 employees in India.