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Last updated: 24th January 2017

Sood, Schweiz

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    A rollingpin fabricated by local craftsmen.

The story of the leather

  • I


    The cow, a red Dexter, grew up in Sood, canton Aargau, Switzerland, raised by farmer Werner Hunziker.


    Sood, Schweiz

    • Farmer Werner Hunziker with one of his cows

      Farmer Werner Hunziker with one of his cows

      Sood, Schweiz

    • Red Dexter cow

      Red Dexter cow

      Sood, Schweiz

  • II

    Raw Material

    The Cowhide is tanned into fur by the tannery Friedrich in Zofingen

    Raw Material


    • Tanning in process

      Tanning in process


  • III


    The fur is manufactured into straps by saddler Isla Bayer


    Jungstrasse 11, Schweiz

    • Master leatherworker Isla Bayer

      Master leatherworker Isla Bayer

      Jungstrasse 11, Schweiz

    • A strap is cut from the fur

      A strap is cut from the fur

      Jungstrasse 11, Schweiz

    • The straps edges are rounded

      The straps edges are rounded

      Jungstrasse 11, Schweiz

    • Rivets and buttons get fitted

      Rivets and buttons get fitted

      Jungstrasse 11, Schweiz

    • Finished strap with detail

      Finished strap with detail

      Jungstrasse 11, Schweiz

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