A long wallet in tan with a black embossed pattern handcrafted to perfection in natural leather. This wallet comes straight from the leather-makers of Rajasthan.
Nearly 300 years old, the art of crafting leather goods was mainly done by the Regar community in Rajasthan. Traditionally, they have been experts in tanning of hides and making strong leather products like mojaris (shoes), saddles and harnesses for animals. The processing of the hide for preparation is a skilled and tedious process which can take anywhere from a month or more to create this sturdy leather, which lasts several years and ages beautifully. Nearly every process in the making of the products, is done without the use of any machines, in the houses of the craftsmen. Bags and accessories, some in new designs and some in traditional ones, are handcrafted by both the men and women, who divide their work equally.
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