This is our custom leather mason case, it is a portfolio style measuring 18" x 21 1/2". The case itself can be fully customized to hold your aprons (2 aprons standard), collar jewels, gloves, and office jewels. The outside features hand carved dedication or name block, and a fully carved front panel where you can put your body on whether it is council, chapter, commandery, or blue lodge, we fully customize and hand tool your design to the front of the apron case.
Let us help you! Call us...our artists will personally assist you to ensure your new Hand tooled leather mason apron case is exactly the hand tooled leather product of your dreams.
Every hand tooled leather product from Kerry's Custom Leather offers the following options:
1. Personalization & Customization: Kerry's Custom Leather offers hand tooled personalization of all of our handmade leather accessories with your name or personal motto. We have a variety of lettering styles and fonts for you to choose from. View standard lettering styles and fonts (opens in new window) >>
2. Artwork/Design Customization: If you would like artwork on your covers, please contact Kerry's Custom Leather to discuss your custom design or check out our previous work to see some of the designs we have available (more designs are added frequently).
3. Leather color: Our leather supplier supplies us with superior quality domestic 4-5 ounce (cow) leather hides that accept color exceptionally well (so that we can stain or dye the hide by request). This allows us to offer a wide range of colors, or custom colors (by request). The leather colors listed in our options are our "standard" colors. However, if you would like a color not listed below, simply contact us, as we can dye a leather hide to match most color requests
Made in Rockford, IL
All of our products are handmade
by expert makers.
Great experience. Only "B" earned as result of concern over zipper quality. Wide teeth stuff and cumbersome but that may prove to be not an issue. Would purchase again and recommend this talented craftsman.