Crw 1541 Ip7plus Stingray Orange
iPhone 7 Plus, Leather Back Case, Stingray Orange, by Nicola Meyer
iPhone 7 Plus, Leather Back Case, Stingray Orange
iPhone 7 Plus, Leather Back Case, Stingray Orange

Genuine Stingray Shagreen Galaxy Pixel Huawei

Crw 1541 Ip7plus Stingray Orange

Genuine Stingray Shagreen Galaxy Pixel Huawei

139,34€ (ex. VAT)

In stock

139,34€ (ex. VAT)

Estimated shipping date: December 9, 2019

Nicola Meyer Handmade In Italy

iPhone 11 Pro X 8 7 or 6s 4.7″ or Plus 5.5″ Leather Back Case made by Genuine Stingray Shagreen Galuchat Leather. Handmade in Italy.

  • Stingray Leather: for colors click here
  • Premium Calf leather Lining inside
  • Ultra thin Polycarbonate backbone which is light and strong
  • Full Access to all ports and functions
  • Suitable for iPhone choose devices

 

  • Customization Options:

  • choose the right device

    • 5 €
  • choose your favorite color

    click and choose your favorite color

  • customize with initials, name or a logo Will be done internally on the lining

    choose what to be engraved: (engraving will be internally)

    Nicola Meyer Engraving Internal Lining Case Handmade In Tuscany

    Enter Up to Three (Upper or Lower case as you need - Can Also add dot e.g. :   M.R.  )

    Initials will be engraved in GOLD on TOP CENTER above the LOGO Nicola Meyer

    • 7 €

    Enter Up to 15 char. (Upper or Lower case as you need)

    Text will be engraved in GOLD on TOP CENTER above the LOGO Nicola Meyer

    • 10 €

    CLICK on the FONT Image to CHOOSE

Availability: Custom Made SKU: IP-10-STINGRAY

Description

In modern times, shagreen, stingray or galuchat is produced from the skins of commercially-farmed Asian stingrays.

Shagreen has an unusually rough and granular surface, and is sometimes used as a fancy leather for book bindings, pocketbooks and small cases, as well as its more utilitarian uses in the hilts and scabbards of swords and daggers, where slipperiness is a disadvantage.

In Asia, the Japanese tachi, katana, and wakizashi swords had their hilts almost always covered in undyed rawhide shagreen, while in China, shagreen, whose use dates back to the 2nd century CE,[2] was traditionally used on Qing dynasty composite bows. Typically the ears and the spaces above and beneath the grip were covered by polished shagreen (in which the calcified papillae are reduced to equal height and form a uniform surface), sometimes with inlay work of different coloured shagreen. Shagreen was a very common cover for 19th-century reading glasses containers as well as other utensil boxes from China.

Shagreen Nicola Meyer Photos

Additional information

Weight0.150 kg

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