lucky. pet collar
lucky. pet collar
Our lucky. collar is made from reused and recycled leather from daph. bags. Each collar is adorned with a handmade bow.
Our lucky. collar is made from reused and recycled leather from daph. bags. Each collar is adorned with a handmade bow.
lucky. pet collar
lucky. pet collar
lucky. pet collar
lucky. pet collar

lucky. pet collar

Regular price $20.00
Overview

Our lucky. collar is made for man’s (and women’s!) best friend and for our feline companions. The genuine leather collar is handmade using recycled leather pieces that are reused instead of scrapped. We believe that using every part of our high-quality leather should be put to good use, and that was the inspiration for our beautiful leather pet collar. Why not make something for our furry friends? Each collar is dyed in our signature daph. red and includes solid brass US-made hardware.

As a special touch, I handmade the removable cloth bows on every collar. We have both floral and American themed prints and three variable sizes to fit the need of every pooch.

Details

  • Designed in St. Louis by daph.
  • Handcrafted in Peru with Peruvian genuine leather leftover from daph. bags

If you would like a specific pattern, floral or Americana, please indicate in your notes on your order. 

Cleaning Instructions: For light cleaning, wipe with a damp cloth. For more serious cleaning, please contact a leather cleaning professional.

Please Note: The collars are made from the leather that is used for all daph. products, but since the leather has been up cycled some pieces show wear and original leather markings. 

 Dimensions

  • Small fits to 14 inches and .5 inch width
  • Medium fits to 18 inches and .5 inch width
  • Large Fits to to 22 inches and 1 inch width
    Our founder and designer, Daphne Benzaquen, is a native of Peru. During a trip to the large Peruvian city Arequipa, Daphne became intrigued by two of the country’s sustainable resources: llama leather and baby alpaca fur.

    Llama Leather & Alpaca Fiber

    By introducing llama leather to the U.S. market, daph. is providing an alternative that is lighter, more durable and 15 times stronger than cattle leather. Baby alpaca fur provides luxurious warmth - and the shearing process is necessary for the alpacas to survive hot months in the southern hemisphere.
    Compared to the market leader, cashmere, alpaca fleece and fur have a smaller environmental footprint and a more sustainable product lifeline. And, by using the highest-quality natural resources, we are creating products with superior water resistance, elasticity and flexibility.
    Alpacas have a rich history in South America's Andean mountains, dating back over 6,000 years when their fur was yielded and reserved for Incan royalty. This can be attributed to the the superior features of the alpaca, including warmth, strength and water resistance. Baby alpaca fur has been prized for centuries.
    Baby Alpaca fibers, named after the fineness of the fiber, not the age of the animal, are hand-selected for their superior softness.
    Alpaca are EXTREMELY ENVIRONMENTALLY friendly. They produce high fiber yields with less food and water resources.
    The lightweight and long-lasting fiber has exceptional breathability to keep you comfortable in various climates. 

    Pima Cotton

    The majority of our pieces are handcrafted with 100% Peruvian pima cotton. Softer and more absorbent than any other type of cotton, Peruvian pima cotton is the world’s finest, prized for its exceptional durability, softness, and brilliant luster. Unlike most commercial cotton, Peruvian pima cotton is harvested entirely by hand. This careful hand-harvesting results in a brilliant white shade of whole cotton, which dyes beautifully and feels soft and smooth against the skin. And, since it’s hypoallergenic, pima cotton is an excellent choice for people with skin sensitivities.
    Working with ancient techniques passed from generation to generation, the artisans are able to transform their families and communities, using their unique handiwork as a bridge to economic independence.