9 Leather Accessories for Spring in Seattle

By Andrew Hoge

March 18, 2019

These locally designed artisan leather accoutrements will put a spring in your step this season

This article originally appeared in the March 2019 issue of Seattle Magazine.

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Black and light brindle shoulder bag made with premium cowhide ($350) by Ballard-based House of Wolves, available online and at MadeHere Sea. Pioneer Square, 115 S Jackson St.; 206.623.0694

No. 3 “Double-Take” round crossbody bag in gray Italian nappa calf leather ($495) by Seattle-based Feral

Seattle designer Kacy Yom’s “Bo-Ah” tote made of Italian leather in marigold ($1,100), at the spa at the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle. Downtown, 99 Union St.; 206.749.7077

Medium clutch in pink cowhide ($40) by Gig Harbor–based Vicki Jean

Made-to-order cap in silver ($275) by Ozen Company. By appointment only. Capitol Hill, 1415 10th Ave., Studio 3

Python iPhone case with Japanese suede and microfiber interior ($65) by Green Lake–based G Coulee

Passport case in tan made with Wickett & Craig English bridle leather ($60) by Delridge-based Botton

“Mohawk” 4.5-inch cowhide earrings in silver or gold ($32) by Greenwood-based JK Designs Studio, available online and at Le Merde. Ballard, 2607 NW Market St.; 206.817.5328

Black belt bag made with Wickett & Craig English bridle leather ($110) by Botton.

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