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Shell Brogue Wallet No. 40

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The Shell Brogue Wallet No. 40 is 100% hand-sewn from genuine Horween® Shell Cordovan. 

The LIMITED EDITION "Gentlemen's" wallet is a classic 6-card design hand-sewn with a brogue spine design and a handful of shell color options. 

Each wallet is individually gold-foil embossed with a unique serial#, then saddle-stitched completely by hand with imported Spanish thread. The edges are carefully beveled, sanded, stained and waxed to give them a smooth, rounded edge. The unlined body was designed to outlive the "traditional" wallet, with a 100% Shell Cordovan body. After finishing they are hand-waxed on the edges and polished before shipping. 

Limited Edition Shell Wallet


  • Horween® Genuine Shell Cordovan (USA)
    Spanish Hand-Sewing Waxed Thread (SPAIN)

  • 6 card design with horizontal bill slot
    Dimensions: 4 ⅜ “ x 3 ½ “
    Individual Serial Numbered
    SKU: HC40

  • 100% Hand-Sewn & Saddle-Stitched
    Edges stained, burnished & waxed by hand
    Hand marked key-lined details
    Individually Serial Numbered (Logged & Permanent)
    Made In USA

    Tanned In Chicago, IL Since 1905 

    Genuine Horween® Shell Cordovan is quite possible the finest leather in the world. Unique in many ways, shell cordovan is known for it's extreme durability, extraordinary bright luster and glass-like surface and the rich cordovan aroma.

    The entire tanning process goes through around 100-processes and takes a full 6-months to complete tan, making this the ultimate "Artisan Tanned Leather".  Cordovan is more than just a color, it is a very specific leather from the "butt" of a horsehide.  The oval shaped shells are tanned, stuffed, shaved, and then polished over six months. 

    Each shell is slowly steeped in gentle vegetable liquors then hot stuffed & slicked onto glass frames to dry.  They are hand curried and shaved by highly skilled artisans to expose the shell and the 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.