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Museum Calf Dress Belt - Light Brown

Regular price $ 500.00 Sale


The perfect statement piece to complete your outfit, this belt is well at home when worn with a suit and tie or even when used to dress up your casual spring and summer look.

This belt is made from the famous Museum Calf leather from the ILCEA tannery in Italy. Most often used to make fine shoes, this leather exhibits a unique marbled look that is striking in direct sunlight and very subtle in the shade.

The raised center construction give this belt a classic look that is refined and sophisticated. Raising the center is done by adding an additional layer of leather between the exterior and the lining leathers. This is one area where cheaper belts will cut costs and use materials like foam. While it might achieve the same result, the longevity and durability of those foam filled belts cannot compare to real leather.

Every belt is individually made, and completely stitched by hand using the traditional saddle stitch method. This slow and tedious process produces the strongest stitch known and cannot be replicated by any machine.

Please allow 2-3 weeks for this item to be handmade just for you.

  • Italian Ilcea Museum Calf exterior is striking in direct sunlight and subtle in the shade
  • Raw vegetable tanned lining eliminates potential dye transfer to clothes
  • Raised center design for a classic and refined aesthetic
  • Completely saddle stitched by hand with fine linen thread
  • 1.25" wide
  • Solid brass hardware in three (3) different colors
  • Five (5) buckle holes to adjust fit
  • Additional sizes and customizations upon request
Sizing Guide

There are two ways to find your belt size.

  1. Measure in inches a belt you wear regularly from the base of the buckle to the hole you use most. As a quick check to be sure your measurement is correct, it should be about two inches larger than your waist measurement. 
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  2. Measure your waist in inches at the area that your belt loops would be. Add two inches to this measurement to find your belt size. As a quick check to be sure that your measurement is correct, it should be about two inches larger than your pants measurement.

If you fall between sizes, I recommend you size down as the belt will stretch slightly over time.

If you require any further assistance, please feel free to contact me.