Braided leather

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Leather is sometimes braided to create various design effects. This can be done for a wide range of applications, for example, making straps, or whips. Braiding leather has to be done manually and requires a high level of skill and practice.


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Braided leather belt.

 

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Braided shoes. - Belt with braiding made of parchment.

 

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Braided strips.

 

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Braided leather handle in an older Mercedes.

 

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BMW had braided seat covers.

 

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One of the most beautiful leatherworks ever seen: Lancia Astura 4th Series Pinin Farina Cabriolet from 1939.

 

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Braided leather handle of a handbag and a 100-year-old note book.

 

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Braided leather bag.

 

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The braiding is only embossed in smooth leather.

 

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Parchment pieces are often connected by a braid in lampshades.

 

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Whip made of parchment from the Pantanal in Brazil.

 

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Cow hide woven in strips as carpet (www.ledermanufaktur.com).

 

Videos about braiding leather


The craftsmanship of the production of a plaited leather whip.


Braiding of bicycle handles (in English).


 

A video about painting on leather, perforating leather, carving leather, embossing leather and several other methods to create motifs on leather.

 



More information on how to provide leather with designs


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