Leather Decor Accessories(105 items)
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Featured Reviews on Leather Decor Accessories
I bought this as a Christmas gift for my bf, and he absolutely loves it. The leather is rich-looking and its very well made.
Looks beautiful on my night table
The leatherwork that Johnny Jimenez does is outstanding. Very nice and clean and the staining and polishing of the leather is superb. I do some leatherwork myself and can appreciate the skill and craftsmanship that Johnny puts into his work. It is an honor to own one of his pieces. Its very beautiful.
Johnny Jimenez Handcrafted leather home decor
"When my dad ran the workshop, we specialized in Colonial motifs. I prefer Inca motifs. I studied Business Administration, but the truth is, I much prefer doing this."
Popular Leather Decor Accessories
Embossed Leather Leaves on Mohena Wood Treasure Chest Box, "Classic Inspiration"$99.99
Add a touch of classic Peruvian art to your desk with this artisan crafted chest by Julio Sanchez. He covers the mohena wood box with quality leather embossed with leafy patterns suggesting a crest and a coat of arms - a veritable treasure chest.
Leather Catchall in Honey Brown Artisan Crafted in Peru, "Floral Star"$39.99
Blossoming in a tattooed illusion, a floral star captures the imagination of Johnny Jimenez. He tools the motif by hand on quality Peruvian leather, which he transforms into a catchall by tying the straps on the corners. Jimenez finishes his design with walnut stain and lacquer.
Leather Catch All Handcrafted in Peru of Tooled Leather, "Brown Lasso Labyrinth"$39.99
Shaping a mystical labyrinth, a lasso appears at the core of this trendy catchall. It is designed by Johnny Jimenez and it is tooled of quality leather, featuring straps that tie the piece into a rectangular container. Jimenez finishes it with walnut stain and lacquer.
Leather Catchall in Caramel Brown Artisan Crafted in Peru, "Caramel Pyramid Tattoo"$39.99
Blossoming in a tattooed illusion, a floral star captures the imagination of Johnny Jimenez. He tools the motif by hand on quality Peruvian leather, which he transforms into a catchall by tying the straps on the corners. Jimenez finishes the catchall with walnut stain and lacquer.