Manatee Lover Leather Keychain Key Ring Fob


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$ 16.00 USD





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Product Details:

Approximately 1.75 inches wide and 3.5 inches long with key ring attached. 1 - 4 mm thick (+/-).

Real high quality natural vegetable tanned leather, dyed with brown leather dye.

Engraved with a Manatee and underwater scenic art, and the phrase Manatee Lover.

Key ring connector and metal key ring included as shown.

A stylish and timeless gift for yourself or someone you care for.

This is a laser cut and handmade item. The photo(s) shown in the listing represent the finished item. Items will vary naturally as they are unique and one of a kind by their very nature, along with being custom made to order for each order.

Real leather is a natural non-conforming product and no two pieces can ever be exactly the same. Leather can have natural character such as dimples, wrinkles, scars, grain, and textures, as well as variances in thickness and color per hide.

Made in United States of America

Each piece starts as one of the most natural types of cow leather - vegetable tanned leather. We then laser cut the leather into the custom shape and engraved design, and finish by staining and conditioning. We craft this set from start to finish. All stain can have variances due to how leather accepts the processing, the type of dye, and variations in the natural leather color itself.

Through everyday use and as leather ages, it will become more supple and take on more glow and character. Leather loves the oil from our skin. Colors can change and blend through use and as it gets broken in. This is often called a patina. These real high quality genuine leather pieces can last a lifetime (or more) if cared for correctly and conditioned when needed.