/r/LeatherClassifieds

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A place where you can buy, sell, and trade leather and leatherworking goods.

Sell your old hardware! Commission a piece! Sell some of your spare leather!

Rules & Regulations

  1. Links should be to finished items that are made and ready to ship or leather, hardware, tools, etc that are related to leatherworking.

  2. Tag your post with the appropriate flair. Do not include your flair in the title. Most mobile apps can add flair so being on mobile is no excuse.

  3. Linking directly to your website's homepage or Etsy store is not allowed. However, you may link to an individual item listing on your site.

  4. Commission requests are welcome as are the results of your commission.

  5. All sales post must include an asking price.


Check out this blog! Super helpful for beginners!

http://www.goldbarkleather.com/



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/r/LeatherClassifieds

25,556 Subscribers

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Discreet Italian Leather Handcuffs

1 Comment
2024/06/13
17:11 UTC

2

Selling Oka Factory Cutting Boards. All sizes are available. Shipping Worldwide. S: $12 USD M: $18 USD L: $38 USD XL: $361 USD XXL: $55 USD All Prices excludes shipping, Please DM for details!

0 Comments
2024/06/13
13:41 UTC

3

Seeking leatherworker to commission messenger bag

Been looking for a nice laptop bag for awhile but can't find anything quite in the style I want. Looking to commission a custom piece, please message me if interested.

3 Comments
2024/06/12
15:19 UTC

7

Handmade at my shop in Maryland, full grain leather and stainless hardware and handset copper rivets. $130.00

These can be made the standard size or I can cut them to fit items you already have. They both have their own shoulder straps or you can attach them like this.

https://preview.redd.it/ir3s1xijv06d1.jpg?width=5184&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=39d12a2020b2e6b46c7f2e231811374d64d82e89

https://grayeagleleather.etsy.com/listing/1745098773

0 Comments
2024/06/11
22:54 UTC

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Seeking Leatherworker for Vintage Project

Hello, I'm new to this group.

I was lucky enough to buy a 1930s leather German satchel backpack. The item is in excellent condition despite being almost a century old. The problem is that these backpacks were made primarily for children, and thus, the straps are too small for me to wear. I was curious if any vintage leatherworkers in this group are up to the challenge of replacing the current straps and dying them to match the backpack, or as close as we can get. If you're interested, I can supply photos of the item and would be happy to talk more. I'm located in Orange County, CA, so I'd prefer to work with someone in SoCal but I'm open-minded to shipping the item out for the right craftsperson to work on it.

Cheers!

3 Comments
2024/06/11
21:42 UTC

1

Where do you source high-quality Italian leather in the US?

I run a small business where we craft high-quality leather accessories, and I'm currently looking to source Italian leather. The idea is to find a supplier that offers decent prices without compromising on the quality that Italian leather is supposed to have.

Of course, I'm hoping to make the money back for the more "premium" products, but we don't want to inflate our prices too much. Keeping things affordable for our customers while maintaining high standards - that should be the ideal.

So, where have you sourced your leather, how have you balanced cost and quality, and what should we NOT do when when negotiating with suppliers? Thanks in advance for helping out.

9 Comments
2024/06/11
10:41 UTC

5

Leather hand/shoulder bag

Looking for a leather hand/shoulder bag at 12.5x8x8 with a 10” handle drop, apologize for my sloppy hand-drawn sketch, I hope it still provides a clear idea of what I’m looking for. Some of the features I would like to have:

  • 2 way gold tone head-to-head bag zipper
  • interior pockets on four sides
  • not-so-hard/heavy full grain, or, top grain leather (black)
  • protective corners at base (full grain?)

I don’t have a budget in mind open to quotes.

2 Comments
2024/06/11
04:03 UTC

2

2 Wickett and Craig Olive Green harness leather straps $21.60 shipping included.

I am selling these because they had some marks so I couldn't use them for full price belts. It is full grain veg tanned Wickett and Craig Olive Green harness leather 9-11 oz. I have hundreds of pounds of veg tanned full grain leather that I have left over from making belts. I am selling lots of it in my craft leather section of my etsy store if you need something to make something you want to look distressed or cut some keychains etc. I have blanks too, coasters and keychains.

https://preview.redd.it/guzi1g2wu06d1.jpg?width=794&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=5d16118e62c75fc1809e1a5a55f35f7d8207ad28

https://www.etsy.com/listing/1723559320/2-straps-of-olive-green-wickett-and

0 Comments
2024/06/10
12:59 UTC

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Anyone able to make something similar to this?

Ive owned a few variations of this checkbook/wallet and really like the set up. They only last a few years though. Anyone want to make something similar with a few variations, mostly simplify it.

10 Comments
2024/06/10
00:39 UTC

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