Now available @ acrossleather.com
Now available @ acrossleather.com
Here’s some of my custom tooled leather keychains. Custom orders are possible, add your name etc..
Large handmade leather Dog Collar with custom American tribal design tooling. This leather collar is hand painted and hand stitched in a variety of traditionally used American tribal colors. This collar is 2″ or 5.08 cm wide with stylish 1.5″ or 3.81 cm tapered ends and will accommodate neck sizes 23 – 27″ (58.4 -68.6 cm) with holes on 1″ centers, the best fit being 25″ or 63.5 cm. The collars comprised of 1 strap of 13 oz. saddle skirting leather and a vegetable tanned leather liner. which is glued, then tooled , oiled, beveled, airbrushed with spirit dyes and painted. Two hand stitched row in 40mm polyester R.V. resistant wound cord, the first row (outside) stitched in turquoise and a second row done in yellow as an embellishment. Then, edges burnished with beeswax after border was spirit dyed in Feibings mahogany. After all acrylic and spirit dyes are in place it’s entirely top finished with a poly coat to guarantee years and service.
The buckle is solid brass, welded d ring and a matching leather keeper.
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This collar would go great with most Mastiffs, Great Danes, Rottweilers and more.
Here’s part 2 of our newly created custom leather dog collar with an American tribal style design. Extra thick for a fantastic look and superior strength. If these collars pique your interest know that you can choose the colors of your choice and get to fit your pet exactly. There’s no sense in buying a collar that’s too small or large… when you can have an exact fit. I strive for perfection in every facet on every collar.
Hello, all! I’d also like to bring to attention of the http://www.acrossleather.wordpress.com/followers I am now at this site address www.acrossleatherstudio.com
Here’s one of my most recent creations, a black, gray and turquoise colored custom tooled leather dog collar. It’s 2″ wide and holes start at 18 – 22″, 20″ is the best fit. Thank you for stopping by.
Be part of your pets creative custom tooled leather collar.
Each collar is created with safety, comfort and style in mind.
High quality in every facet is what’s used during the whole creative process. Starting with saddle skirting leather main body shoe glued to vegetable tanned leather liners. Hours of hand tooling, edges beveled, stitch grooved, hand stitched with waxed linen or wound cord thread. Airbrushed spirit dyes, hand dying and painting spirit dye and acrylics. Edges burnished to perfection to appear acrylic likeness. The buckles are Solid Brass, nickle over Solid Brass, Stainless Steel and Sterling Silver upon request.
It’s been a journey being self-taught. After 25 yrs I daily strive to be better with every piece I create and fully open to critiques, ideas and yearn for information imperative to create heirloom pieces. My desire to create is found in each piece, executed with all the skill and passion I possess in search of perfection.
218 Blue Hen Rd.
New Castle DE 19720
1+ (302) 898-2513
Next day take out of bag let outside return to it’s normal color. Place template of images onto leather and proceed to cut using swivel knife. Then tool.
Leather dog collars with Irish in mind are these custom tooled handmade 1″ wide with 5/8″ stylish tapered ends collars. These are the latest leather bounty from acrossleather . Made for 3 very special Blenheim Spaniels.
Materials are European vegetable tanned leather, vegetable tanned leather, waxed linen thread, barge glue, beeswax, acrylic paints, solid brass heel bar buckle with a brilliant nickle plating and a poly coat top finish for years of beauty and service 😉
Here’s a few more collar examples you’ll find at Across Leather in New Castle De. US
Here is my latest completed small leather collar. Click here for more info —-> Small dog collar
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Hello all this is like a experiment and I get to share a new item I had never built and seeing where this post will land. I got locked out of my http://www.acrossleather.wordpress.com blog so I started a new blog at http://www.AcrossLeatherStudio.wordpress.com
The two step authentication got me when a friend turned off my phone with no warning. Anyways here’s a coin purse I put together. A gal asked me to make her a coin purse and was sooo excited to try something new loaded it with flowers, color, a snap, a zippe and plenty of Sheridan style tooling. It is available at a very reasonable $65.00 USD.