Key Case - Bridle Hide by Ettinger.Key Case - Bridle Hide by Ettinger.

Key Case – Bridle Hide

Brand: Ettinger

$248.00

Key Case – Bridle Hide by Ettinger. The key case contains two slip pockets, one card pocket, and a zipped compartment for coins. The exterior is crafted using smooth bridle hide. When fully opened, the key case has the Ettinger logo embossed on the right-hand side. 4″ x 2 3/4″ x 3/4″. Made in the UK.

Features
Bridle Leather Exterior
Vegetable Tanned Cowhide Interior
Fabric Lining
6 Hooks
3 Card Slots
1 Zip Compartment
Made in the UK

About Ettinger
Hailing from a proud lineage of military tailors, Gerry Ettinger founded the company in 1934. From the beginning, Ettinger designed and handcrafted only the finest leather goods. The quality of the leather they use sets them apart from other manufacturers. Ettinger commissions and selects the best-tanned skins from many tanneries based in the EU. Their longstanding relationships with these tanneries ensure they maintain their leather standards and offer an extensive and exclusive range of leathers. They are one of the few remaining British luxury leather goods companies manufacturing in the UK. In 1996, Ettinger of London received the Royal Warrant to HRH the Prince of Wales, for their work for the Royal Household. Ettinger is still a family-run business.

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Description

Key Case – Bridle Hide by Ettinger. The key case contains two slip pockets, one card pocket, and a zipped compartment for coins. The exterior is crafted using smooth bridle hide. When fully opened, the key case has the Ettinger logo embossed on the right-hand side. 4″ x 2 3/4″ x 3/4″. Made in the UK.

Key Case – Bridle Hide Features
Bridle Leather Exterior
Vegetable Tanned Cowhide Interior
Fabric Lining
6 Hooks
3 Card Slots
1 Zip Compartment
Made in the UK

About Ettinger
Hailing from a proud lineage of military tailors, Gerry Ettinger founded the company in 1934. From the beginning, Ettinger designed and handcrafted only the finest leather goods. The quality of the leather they use sets them apart from other manufacturers. Ettinger commissions and selects the best-tanned skins from many tanneries based in the EU. Their longstanding relationships with these tanneries ensure they maintain their leather standards and offer an extensive and exclusive range of leathers. They are one of the few remaining British luxury leather goods companies manufacturing in the UK. In 1996, Ettinger of London received the Royal Warrant to HRH the Prince of Wales, for their work for the Royal Household. Ettinger is still a family-run business.