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Key Tag - Horween Shell Cordovan - Ready to Ship

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Not quite ready to invest in a full Shell billfold? You can still have a little piece of luxury in your pocket with these keychains! This leather is so incredible that we go to great lengths not to waste any! Each tag has been stamped with our signature logo and will develop a great patina over time in your pocket. The last picture shows the shells they were taken from. The section with the logo is always reserved for a full billfold cut, but be assured you're getting the real thing.

Haven't heard of Horween or Shell Cordovan yet? Here's a few words directly from the tannery. We take great pride in working with such exquisite leather.

"Horween Leather Company was founded in 1905. For more than 100 years and five generations our goal has been to make the world's best leather. Making the best means doing lots of little things right. It means never mistaking fastest or cheapest with the best. It means always using formulas that do not cut corners, and choosing components strictly for their quality.
Horween Leather offers an unparalleled blend of quality, consistency, responsiveness, and innovation. Through the years, we have cultivated our experience to offer dynamic lines of leathers. Our products include traditional, old world tannages and techniques, carefully updated with modern applications. Today, our leathers are still made by hand, the same way as generations ago."

"Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan® is the art of tanning at its finest. More than just a color, it is a very specific leather, from a particular part of a horsehide. The irregular oval shaped shells are tanned, stuffed, shaved, and then polished – a process taking at least six months. Each shell is slowly steeped in gentle vegetable liquors. The shells are genuine hot stuffed then slicked onto glass frames to dry. Each shell is hand curried and shaved by highly skilled artisans to expose the shell. Dyes are hand rubbed on for a deep aniline finish. Finally, the shells are hand glazed to achieve the rich, glossy look and feel prized by fine craftsmen."

Proudly made in the USA!