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HAPPY EXTRA, Leather Bi-fold Wallet, Wild Rose in Black

Happy Extra - We have one of these already made up and READY to SHIP the next business day.

  • Our Wild Rose embossed Leather bi-fold wallet isn't just gorgeous it is long wearing. Handmade in the USA with premium domestic leather and drum dyed for a rich color. Your wallet will only get better over time, developing a beautiful supple patina.

    • Colors: Black
    • Dimensions: 3.25 X 4 inches when folded
    • Constructed with six card slots, two pockets and one bill compartment.
    • Fully lined with long wearing ballistic nylon.
    • Fits the US dollar and may accommodate larger international currencies.
    • *About Colors - Leather is a natural material. Variation in grain, texture and color are bound to occur. These photos are representative only and may not exactly match what you will see in real life. Please make your color choice with a generous spirit. - Curious or particular about colors? We highly recommend ordering a Leather Color Sample Set.
  • Our handmade leather products are made when you place your order. It takes time to bench craft our products.
    Normal production time for a Leather Wallet is 3-5 weekdays (more time may be needed during the height of the holiday season).

    Delivery times depends on the shipping method you choose at checkout.

    All the details about Order Production and Shipping Times.

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  • Wild Rose

    Roses are believed to be 35 million years old. Rosa gallica officinalis growing wild in Asia was first cultivated in the gardens of Persians and Egyptians 5,000 year sago. It wasn't until the late eighteenth century that cultivated roses were introduced into Europe from China where roses were grown in Greek and Roman gardens from which they migrated to France.

    Throughout human history roses have come to symbolize love& beauty. But, they have also been claimed as symbols of war and political power especially in regard to the British Empire and a famous conflict know as the War of the Roses. Beloved to gardeners the world over, references to the rose in art and literature abounds, from Shakespeare, "That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet", to Robert Burns, "Oh, my luve's like a red, red rose" and Gertrude Stein, "a rose is a rose is a rose".