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This leather collar features a Vintage Victorian Iron influenced design contrasted with a rich, solid colored accent. All collars are made to order and will be printed onto your color choice of leather.

**Please specify size and color at checkout, as well as any custom requests or questions. Your order will be made in the colors shown in the first photo unless otherwise specified.

Our process starts with natural oak or vegetable tanned genuine leather which is hand-dyed, screen printed, and finished off with steel or brass hardware. Graphics are printed with water based ink; color is hand tinted then applied using non-toxic, water based leather dye. All inks and dyes are heat set and polished with multiple coats of a waterproof sheen to lock in the color and extend the life of your collar. The careful attention to each piece creates a one-of-a-kind, long lasting and unique accessory that only gets better with time.

Collars measure 1.5" wide and are made to order.

For available leather colors visit this link:
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Jacob Vaughn Gushue

Victorian Dog Collar Leather - Screen Printed with Victorian Inspired Design

US$70.00
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: water based ink, steel, vegetable tanned leather, water based dye
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 54 reviews
  • Favorited by: 125 people