I have been sent this gorgeous leather wallet, that is personalised, which is ideal as a gift for Father’s Day. Thank you, Engravers Guild, for sending me it to review and include in our Father’s Day Guide.
I chose the premium black leather wallet, and got it personalised with silver embossed initials. The other options are gold, or blind embossed initials depending on what style you like / want. I loved the brown wallet, but my partner usually has black so that’s what I went for. The custom wallet is one of the best sellers, and they have been designed to carry both cash and coins. He has been looking for one with a coin section for a while, but most don’t have them anymore, so this is a welcome addition. It comfortably accommodates four credit cards but I’m sure he will put more in there. The wallet allows for three slip compartments and a slip note compartments for all essentials to be carried neatly.
Bonus: The wallet features RFID protection to keep personal data safe, and a very fancy looking Visconti lining is used throughout.
The wallet measures 11cm wide and 9cm tall when folded and is presented in a Visconti presentation box.
It will make an awesome gift and Nick is chuffed with his as an early Father’s Day Present.
The article is really creative and I like the way you mention personalized leather wallets in your write-up. One question, though: What type of material do they usually use?
I’m not entirely sure what to say here… The most common form for these kinds of products seems like manmade materials such as polyurethane or nylon (although there are also some genuine articles). But just because it says “leather” doesn’t mean this will work well with anything made from cowskin!