Holden Leather Goods
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Holden Leathergoods of Burnham, Dingle, County Kerry showcases the exclusive range of Conor Holden’s Italian leather designs where leather briefcases, photo frames and eye-catching leather purses are sure to make an impression.
Having trained in the traditional skills of leatherwork in London, Conor Holden returned to Ireland in 1989 to establish Holden Leathergoods in Dingle, County Kerry. The Holden label has a reputation for design and quality. Local crafts people, trained by Conor, create beautifully designed pieces from the highest quality Italian leather.
The hand selected hides are tanned by the traditional method using vegetable based resin making them environmentally friendly and durable. The finished product looks and feels luxurious and acquires its own individual character with age. Care and attention to detail, both in the design and manufacture of the leather goods produced here ensure that the Holden label continues to be synonymous with total quality.
Products include ladies’ hand bags created in a range of colours with both style and practicality in mind. Whether you are a world traveller or a daily commuter, you will be impressed with the range of travel bags designed to suit the most discerning traveller, combining the beauty of superior quality leather with maximum functionality. Professional, sleek and refined, brief cases are on sale, each incredibly well-organised and will make an impressive statement at any business meeting.
Beautifully-crafted personal organisers, pen cases and handy business card holders can be purchased too. Holden Leathers offer a stylish range of leather wallets and purses in a variety of styles and colours, to keep your notes, coins, keys and glasses organised with understated elegance. Beautiful leather belts are complimented by quality brass and nickel fittings.
Holden Leathers is located on the Dingle Peninsula. The peninsula has something to offer everyone. Among other things sandy beaches safe for swimming, walking routes for all abilities, a thriving Irish language community, a rich musical tradition, fine dining, sea angling, arts and film festivals, talented crafts persons and some of the best surfing in Ireland.