Scarf slides began showing up on the western frontier sometime around the 1900s, giving a simple but stylish way to fix a bandana or scarf other than using a knot. These handcrafted leather slides have been placed in sets of four to bring a fun flare to the dinner or picnic table. Gorgeous hand-stitching and leather tooling are individual to each set. Use to hold napkins, or tiny bunches of fresh herbs or flowers. The possibilities are endless!

 

Lara has committed to a sustainable lifestyle, passionate about consiencoius stewardship of the land she lives on and the rivers she works on. Her products are a result of years of learning and an apprentiecship under a skilled lorimer. Lara has now expanded into her own business, and honors traditional methods for making useful, purposeful, and extremely durable everyday tools and products. You will find her style to be the epitome of Idaho beauty and ruggedness resulting in products that can be used for generations to come. 

 

Need a custom leather piece? Lara can easily accomodate custom orders for knife pouches, holsters, purses, axe sheath, and much more. Please contact her directly for more information. 

Mini Napkin Rings, sets of four

$40.00Price
Style
    • Measures - appx 3.5" around and 1" tall
    • Three sets available
    • Hand-stiched on back
    • Perfect solution for scarf slide, table setting piece, etc.
    • Makes a thoughful gift for a man or woman-both rugged and refined

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128 N. Washington ave emmett, Idaho 

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