The KEY FOB
The KEY FOB is a sturdy little accessory. Perfect for keeping your keys in order and readily available.
It is fashioned from the finest English full grain bridle leather, tanned using a centuries old method unique to England and is available in three colours. This incredible leather, unparalleled in strength and suppleness will develop an especially beautiful patina over time.
Each fob is hand cut from a 3mm thick piece of leather. The edges are bevelled and burnished by hand and then sealed and polished with a special edge finish. It comprises an English cast solid brass trigger hook and harness ring (Nickel plate is also available) and is finished with a Sam Browne stud.
We believe that our obsessive attention to detail results in simply the most exquisite accessories that money can buy and with care and love it will last you for many years.
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LEATHER CARE GUIDE
Here at Simeon Morris we take the utmost care to ensure that all our products are made to the absolute highest standards of quality and craftsmanship possible. To maintain this quality and to increase the longevity or your piece, please note the following guidelines.
Your leather accessory leaves our atelier with a water resistant preparation applied to its surface. However, prolonged exposure to water will potentially stain or mark the leather, especially on a paler colour like our London Tan. We recommend you keep your leather accessory out of torrential downpours.
Over time, the leather of your piece will soften and develop a beautiful patina. We recommend, that now and then, you gently clean your accessory with Fiebings neutral saddle soap. Alternatively, you can use Saphir leather cleaning soap, available here.
If you wish to polish your accessory, we recommend Saphir Pate De Luxe Wax Neutral colour, available here, and from Bowhill & Elliot in Norwich. This is an exquisite wax shoe polish that not only protects and weather proofs but imparts a lustrous shine and delicious smell! We do not recommend using a coloured polish as it may adversely affect the finish of your piece.