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12.07.2012

Hand coloured belts with patina

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Hand coloured belts with patina hand crafted by Dominique Saint Paul, Saigon.

About buying our belts.

Our belts can be bought off the shelf, but are best when made to order – the price is the same.

We have 3cm and 4cm widths, for men or for ladies.

The buckles are made for us by a French company, to our own unique design.

Metal options for buckles are gold, palladium (it is stronger than silver) and antique brass. The coatings on the metal are durable and beautiful.

The buckles are removable, which means that the belt length can be easily adjusted to suit your waist size. We can do this for you.

Our belts are hand coloured, so you choose the outside colour.

If you want a special colour made no problem, give us 10 days to make the belt and the price will be the same. You can even have your initials embossed on the leather.

 

Dominique Saint Paul, Saigon.

Makers of luxury and finely hand crafted leather goods including hand coloured leather belts with patina.

We specialise in hand coloured patina on crust leather to create colours that express you style.

 

The Dominique Saint Paul flagship store can be found here:

29 Dong Du, District 1, Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam

Tel +84 (0) 8 38 25 12 59

Email enquiries@dominiquesaintpaul.com

 

We have an online shop for our hand crafted and hand coloured patina leather goods that you can find here http://shop.dominiquesaintpaul.com/ with many styles including belts, wallets, bags, card holders, cigar cases and much more. If you do not see the colour you would like then please contact us. We can normally make a new piece in 4 or 5 days and ship worldwide (by Fed Ex).

If you are in Singapore, you can find our mens shoes and leather goods at The Bespoke Club in Suntec City Mall

 

If you would like to follow us on social media then try Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/dspsaigon/or Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dominiquesaintpaul/

 

 

 

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Hand coloured belts with patina made by Dominique Saint Paul, Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)