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Rattan Keyring - LKP Blue
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Rattan Keyring

Rattan, Blesbok Leather
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Our rattan keyring is crafted from Blesbok leather offcuts, continuing our dedication to reducing waste in our production process, featuring a heart shape with a rattan centre. The rattan is created by the Cape Town Society for the Blind, fitting with our intention to support local communities. A wonderful gifting piece available in the full myriad of Okapi colours.

$50.00

Our rattan keyring is crafted from Blesbok leather offcuts, continuing our dedication to reducing waste in our production process, featuring a heart shape with a rattan centre. The rattan is created by the Cape Town Society for the Blind, fitting with our intention to support local communities. A wonderful gifting piece available in the full myriad of Okapi colours.

Made in: South Africa

Composition: Blesbok Leather, Rattan

UK standard shipping is 3-5 working days. £5.95 shipping fee.

Mainland Europe standard shipping is 3-5 working days. £15 shipping fee.

US standard shipping please allow 7 days for delivery. £20 shipping fee.

Worldwide please allow 7 days for delivery. £30 shipping fee.

All shipments require a signature upon delivery. 

Further shipping & returns information, click here.

  • Description
  • Details
  • Shipping & Returns

Our rattan keyring is crafted from Blesbok leather offcuts, continuing our dedication to reducing waste in our production process, featuring a heart shape with a rattan centre. The rattan is created by the Cape Town Society for the Blind, fitting with our intention to support local communities. A wonderful gifting piece available in the full myriad of Okapi colours.

About Blesbok

Working with select tanneries in the Karoo region, Okapi has pioneered the use of Blesbok leather. Blesbok leather is in keeping with our ethos as it is ethically and sustainably sourced as a by-product of the existing farming industry in South Africa. We work closely with our suppliers to ensure all processes are of the highest safety and quality, along with ethical production practices that respect both animal welfare and the environment. The natural markings that the animal incurs in the wild are included on the skins which are used. This adds to the uniqueness of each piece and is a deliberate inclusion in order to give a more organic and changeable quality.

  • Locally made
  • Ethically sourced
  • Handmade
  • Entirely traceable

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