Making of The Lloyd Coat Wallet by Charlie Trevor

The making of the Lloyd Coat wallet is a process that takes years of experience to learn! We would recommend the master himself Charlie Trevor, who runs Equus Leather with Dawn McCormack. In this video he will show you the complete process of creating the Lloyd Coat Wallet only using hand tools.

The Lloyd Coat wallet update

The wallet is based on the design of a 1950’s wallet owned by the Grandfather of Charlie Trevor. The most important part of their job was not to ruin the beautiful lines of the original wallet, but to update the design.

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Each wallet takes about a day to create, a time consuming process partly because everything is done by hand. The quality and the uniqueness of every piece has made the wallet, the best seller of their products – with a price starting from $725 US.

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Sara Brand Hansen is a car and motorcycle enthusiast by heart. She has a passion for classic designs and authentic retro styling in everything from crafts, furniture, watches, architecture and motorized vehicles. Not racing herself but often cheering at the finish line and always looking for great pictures and the best stories.

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