Schröder Belt Made of Cow's Leather
Article Number 70336
In lengths of 85, 90, 95, 100, 105 and 110 cm.
In the first step, a fine abrasive is used on the grain side of the leather, then follows the softening. The process of softening the leather fibres is achieved by a rotating movement in a small barrel – it takes for hours because the leather fibres stick together during drying and make the leather feel firm. The single layer belt combines a pleasantly soft grip with a high load-bearing capacity and comes with a buckle made of brass, which is sewn with a saddler's stitch.
Leather Goods from Uetersen. Ludwig Schröder.
The family-run business Ludwig Schröder in Uetersen, a small town in Schleswig-Holstein (Sleswick-Holsatia), produces these belts of the highest quality. The core material is always the best vegetable or pit tanned cow's leather from selected European tanneries. The leather is barrel dyed and not sprayed with dye, leaving the surface structure intact, lively and natural. The Schröder firm has been in business since 1825. For 140 years until 1964, they produced leather goods from leather they tanned themselves. They then stopped tanning to concentrate on the manufacture of leather goods, but they still have the expertise engrained in their family roots and choose their leather accordingly.
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