Mr. Gibbs is therapy dog and a proud owner of a wide collection of paw print pet accessories. Here’s his latest addition to his attire. It’s a non adjustable 15.5″ leather dog collar comprised from 2 straps of vegetable tanned leather with custom tooled paw prints sprayed in green. The edges are beveled, finished in green and burnished to a green acrylic look. The ends are hand stitched in Kelly green Maine thread . It has a polymer squeeze snap and welded d ring. Really clean piece!
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 large custom tooled leather dog collar with a red rose theme. Comprised of 13 oz. saddle skirting leather and 4-5 oz vegetable tanned leather liner which makes for one strong collar and or severe duty collar. This large leather collar measures 2″ wide with stylish 1 1/2″ tapered ends. In length 20 1/2″ is best fit. There are five holes on 3/4″ centers starting at 19.0, 19.75, 20.5, 21.25 and 22.0″. The buckle is solid brass with a welded metal d ring and matching leather keeper. After gluing the two pieces of leather together it was custom hand tooled, oiled, edges beveled, airbrushed with spirit dyes and edges fully burnished to perfection. Hand rubbed and oiled again, then fully coated with a poly top coat finish to guarantee years of beauty and service.
Thank you for stopping in this Holiday season wishing you and yours the very best!
The excited Miss Daisy took delivery of her first “Across Leather” custom tooled leather dog collar.
The oak leaves are arms to chairs when I was sub-contracting some tooled leather work from Northwest Native Designs owned by Ernie Apodaca.