The Valour Collection embodies luxury and style in this exotic Handcrafted in Singapore series. The outer card holder sleeve is crafted with high quality, tanned in Singapore Alligator leather. This is artfully combined with an inner piece crafted with high quality French goat leather to create a sleek look. This 2-piece card holder has seven card slots and a removable sleeve for added versatility. Perfect for your name and credit cards.
100% handcrafted in Singapore
High quality alligator leather from world renowned tannery
High quality French goat leather
Handsewn with high quality linen thread
7 card slots
Ultra-slim and sleek look
Farm-based authentic alligator leather, protected by Washington Convention (CITES)
Height: 82 mm
Length: 112 cm
Width: 4 mm
Responsible and Sustainable Sourcing of Crocodile and Alligator Leather
At Barnns, we believe in responsible and sustainable sourcing of leather, and do not use endangered species. Our crocodile and alligator leather are sourced from a highly reputable Singapore-based tannery known for its high quality crocodile and alligator leather, and is a valued supplier to many top European luxury brands.
Sustainable and responsible farming practices are strictly upheld to ensure the preservation of crocodiles and alligators as a renewable natural resource, and to ensure animal welfare throughout the life cycle of the animal. Farm worker working conditions and environment protection are also core tenets.
The tannery is compliant with international regulations set by the Convention of International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), and all our crocodile and alligator leather are CITES certified. CITES is an international agreement between governments around the globe to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants do not threaten their continued survival. It is also a member of the Crocodile Specialist Group (CSG), an international non-government organisation committed to the protection and conservation of endangered crocodilian species through sustainable utilisation of natural resources.