Scarabe belt

Experiment

Heritage

Traditional

Crafting a belt is presition, timeconsuming but very fun. the leather must be embossed, dyed and put together with metal studs and of course a buckle.

Material

Leather
Metal

Craft

Jewellery

General Technique

Forming and shaping
Structural modifying

Specific Technique

Embossing is using a tool to stamp patterns into wet leather and carve a track resembling a three. fter that when the leather is dry you dye the leather and seal the color to avoid bleeding. After thet polishing is nice and important and add metal piece to assemble the belt

Properties & Qualities

Application

Accessories, Clothing, Jewellery, Product

Qualities

Colourful, Polished, Shiny, Textured / tactile

Colour

Other

Sample Information

Date of creation

08/17/2023

Dimensions

90x3,5 cm

Weight

250 grams

Culture & Context

cowhide, leatehr tools for embossing and carving

Credits

Craft Maker

Wenche Lyche

Photographer

Wenche Lyche

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