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Archie Leather Dog Lead


Archie Leather Dog Lead


A durable, handmade Italian leather dog lead. Handmade from premium quality, heavy weight, vegetable tanned leather. 

The Archie Leather Dog Lead is a luxurious accessory handcrafted in London from genuine Italian leather which ages beautifully over time. Practical, sturdy and stylish, it's the perfect companion for your four legged friend.

Designed & handmade in London, England.


Each lead is meticulously hand cut from sturdy Italian vegetable tanned cow hide leather, carefully constructed together with solid brass fixtures. 
The details

Featuring x 1 solid brass trigger hook to attach to a dog collar and hand loop for the dog walker.

Lead sizes:

Strap width options = 2 cm OR 1.5 cm

Lead length options:

SMALL sized dogs: 110 cm (LONG length)

MEDIUM sized dogs: 90 cm (MEDIUM length)

LARGE sized dogs: 70 cm (SHORT length)

Natural Leather

Our leather has been tanned using a traditional natural vegetable tanning technique resulting in leather which retains the beautiful natural & smooth characteristics of the leather on the surface of the hide.

Personalisation*: For an additional fee we offer embossing with CAPITAL LETTERS using TIMES NEW ROMAN FONT and GOLD foiling. Embossing is done onto a leather patch then attached with brass rivets onto the strap nearest to the brass trigger clasps. Please specify your text choice clearly when ordering. Please allow additional delivery of 1-2 days for customised orders.


*NOTE: Refunds and returns are not accepted on personalised products under any circumstances, as they have been made to specific customer requirements.

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