Leather Minimalist Wallet using an Vintage Letterpress Stamp

Regular price $34.95

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Leather: Light Brown Copper Cowboy

Letterpress Stamp: French Victrola Advertisment. Text says 'Disques Victrola'.

Foil: Metallic Red

This leather minimalist wallet has one pocket. The process to make this involves an Antique letterpress stamp. Most of these are from the 1910's-1960's and were used to print ads in newspapers. The vintage stamp is pressed into the leather and then embossed with foil. The results are one of a kind!

This wallet is hand stitched with a thick wax thread. The front is broken into two pieces and the stamp is pressed twice.  The two pieces are then stitched together with a 'baseball glove' stitch. The edges are smoothed, waxed and finished by hand. Each piece is unique. You will receive the wallet pictured in the photos (not the props and staging items). While we may use the stamp again, the embossing, layout and impressions are different each time.

This listing does not include the stamp; only the item.

Want to be the only one in the world with this impression?

Check out our 'Truly Unique' section. The pieces in this section include the vintage letterpress stamp that was used. This means that you will be the only one in the world with this piece; no other items will be created with the stamp!

You only have one shot to get the stamp with the item! If one of the impressions sells first, the stamp is placed in the vault to be used later. If however the stamp sells, all impressions (if any) are destroyed.