Peruvian Leather(441 items)
Welcome to the Peruvian Leather Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Peruvian Leather
I bought this as a Christmas gift for my bf, and he absolutely loves it. The leather is rich-looking and its very well made.
The piece is so convivence to have setting next to our couch in the family room. We are able to store our DVDs inside; and as needed, to set a book or laptop on for a moment; or to have an extra seat for crowding around the coffee table to play a board games.
I bought this for my grandson to give to him for his birthday or Christmas. It is so hard to find items for men.
Johnny Jimenez Handcrafted leather home decor
"When my dad ran the workshop, we specialized in Colonial motifs. I prefer Inca motifs. I studied Business Administration, but the truth is, I much prefer doing this."
Popular Peruvian Leather
Blue Leather Passport Cover with Hand Painted Flowers, "Lovely Traveler in Blue"$23.99
Two sunny, hand painted flowers bloom on the front of this blue leather passport cover designed by Kathiana Quispe of Peru. The back is solid blue and inside are two transparent sleeves to hold your passport securely in place.
Dark Brown Leather Passport Cover with Incan Cross Design, "Inca Traveler"$23.99
An Incan cross, also called a , with an Andean woven fabric insert and bordered by Incan architecture motifs adorn this espresso brown leather passport cover designed by Kathiana Quispe of Peru. The back is solid brown and inside are two transparent sleeves to hold your passport securely in place.
Bird-Themed Leather and Wood Ottoman from Peru, "World of Birds"$149.99
Showcasing a world of birds, leather is embossed and stained by hand to reveal lovely patterns and texture. Peruvian artisan Abel Rios creates this stunning ottoman in the traditional style of colonial handicrafts. This ottoman is crafted with mohena wood.
Leather Catchall in Caramel Brown Artisan Crafted in Peru, "Caramel Pyramid Tattoo"$39.99
Blossoming in a tattooed illusion, a floral star captures the imagination of Johnny Jimenez. He tools the motif by hand on quality Peruvian leather, which he transforms into a catchall by tying the straps on the corners. Jimenez finishes the catchall with walnut stain and lacquer.