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Dog Collar Hyde Park - Black

€69,00

The handcrafted Hyde Park dog collar is made of genuine, durable cowhide and features an unmistakably elegant braiding on the back. Together with its fine detailing, like its 100% brass metal finishes and the engraving mark, the Hyde Park collar is a beautiful and classic design. Leather: Genuine cowhideMetal parts: Brass   Sizes: Neck...

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The handcrafted Hyde Park dog collar is made of genuine, durable cowhide and features an unmistakably elegant braiding on the back. Together with its fine detailing, like its 100% brass metal finishes and the engraving mark, the Hyde Park collar is a beautiful and classic design.

Leather: Genuine cowhide
Metal parts: Brass 

 Sizes:

Neck Circumference S (27 - 33 cm) Width 1,5 cm
Neck Circumference M (30 - 36 cm) Width 2,0 cm
Neck Circumference L (35 - 44 cm) Width 2,5 cm
Neck Circumference XL (39 - 47 cm) Width 3,0 cm
Neck Circumference XXL (46 - 55 cm) With 3,0 cm

The handcrafted Hyde Park dog leash is made of genuine, durable cowhide and features an unmistakably elegant braided design. Its integrated intermediate rings make the leash adjustable to three different lengths and can be comfortably worn over the shoulder and hip during the walk. All metal parts are made of 100% brass.

Care instructions: Natural leather ages organically and beautifully over time. Regular greasing helps keep the leather soft and supple.

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