Our JENNY belt has been specifically crafted to be worn on the waist or hips with an extra leather belt loop included to secure any overhang.
The edges are stitched, shaved & polished by hand, and each belt is stamped with our signature branding mark.
- 100% Vegetable Tanned Italian Leather
- Made in Wales
- Solid Brass Hardware, Made in England
- x2 Leather Keepers
Standard belt dimensions: 1" wide
Small 63cm - 86cm ( 6-8 UK Dress)
Medium 73cm - 96cm (10-12 UK Dress)
Large 83cm - 106cm (12-14 UK Dress)
These measurements are taken from the middle hole of the belt at the tip end, to the point where the leather folds at the buckle end.
This belt is made using 100% vegetable tanned Italian Leather. Every hide is unique and has tonal variations, small marks or scars are natural features and should not be considered faults.
Be aware that our leathers may transfer a small amount of colour onto lighter surfaces for the first few wears. This is a typical characteristic of vegetable tanned leathers.
Natural leather will patina over time resulting in a darker, uneven colouration. Leather fans will recognise this as the ultimate sign of quality, the process itself can be quickened but should not and cannot be prevented.
Rain, grease and other liquids should be avoided as they may cause staining which is difficult and sometimes impossible to remove. Take a look at our Leather Care page for more details on how to best look after your bag.
We appreciate the beautiful natural materials we work with and see it as our duty to respect their provenance. Please get in touch if you'd like to know more about our sourcing process.
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