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THE RIMET PASSPORT BOOK

Key Features

- Color: Saddle Tan
- Premium Italian, full-grain leather
- Slim design
- Single-needle-stitched
- Finished edges
- Bi-fold style
- Two flat compartments
- Three additional card slots
- 14 cm (5.5”) tall x 10 cm (4”) wide
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€173,00 EUR
Description

Signature TENLEGEND Italian leather passport book

The Rimet Italian leather passport book and card holder is handcrafted in Ireland using traditional methods. A practical and elegant accessory, this world-traveler staple is made from luxurious, full-grain, tan Italian leather, developing a rich patina over time. A fantastic gift, this is a piece that is made to last a lifetime, ideal for those who do not want to compromise on style while traveling.

The Rimet Italian leather passport book and card holder is handcrafted in Ireland using traditional methods. A practical and elegant accessory, this world-traveler staple is made from luxurious, full-grain, tan Italian leather, developing a rich patina over time. A fantastic gift, this is a piece that is made to last a lifetime, ideal for those who do not want to compromise on style while traveling.

Using premium Italian leather, it only gets better with age. The Rimet is a practical item - made gorgeous.
  • Color: Saddle Tan
  • Premium Italian, full-grain leather
  • Slim design
  • Single-needle-stitched
  • Finished edges
  • Bi-fold style
  • Two flat compartments
  • Three additional card slots
  • 14 cm (5.5”) tall x 10 cm (4”) wide 

Care Instructions

A natural darkening, softening and the development of characteristic patina will develop with the leather with use as it ages. Enjoy the classic, timeless elegance of our full-grain Italian leather pieces as you would any other treasured leather luxury.

  • Should leather get overly wet, allow it to dry slowly. Speed-drying creates a change to the chemical structure of leather. We recommend leaving it at room temperature with gentle air currents rather than applying a direct heat source such as a hair-dryer or radiator.
  • Dry leather is thirsty leather. If the leather begins to exhibit signs of cracking, just gently rub a light leather oil or natural cream into it. Conditioning leather usually darkens it slightly. Don't worry, this is normal. After applying, allow it to dry and buff out with a lint free cloth.
  • If your leather gets dirty, clean it with a damp cloth or use a mild castile soap / hand dishwashing liquid, diluted at least 1:10 (it should not be sudsy), and allow to dry before conditioning.