Leather Martingale Dog Collar with Nameplate (adjustable)
Leather Martingale Dog Collar with Nameplate (adjustable)
Leather Martingale Dog Collar with Nameplate (adjustable)
Leather Martingale Dog Collar with Nameplate (adjustable)
Leather Martingale Dog Collar with Nameplate (adjustable)
Leather Martingale Dog Collar with Nameplate (adjustable)
Leather Martingale Dog Collar with Nameplate (adjustable)
Leather Martingale Dog Collar with Nameplate (adjustable)

Leather Martingale Dog Collar with Nameplate (adjustable)

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A custom leather martingale dog collar, handmade from Italian vegetable-tanned full-grain leather and rust-proof solid brass hardware. Custom fit to your dog, with an adjustable buckle on one side. Personalised with a hand stamped brass nameplate with your dog's details.

Choose from either gold (solid brass) or silver (nickel-plated solid brass with stainless steel nameplate) hardware colours.

Design update:
As of April 2021, in response to customer feedback, we've updated the buckle hardware to include a half roller buckle and flat loop, all in top quality solid brass. This gives a flatter appearance to the buckle area of the collar as well as making it easier to adjust.

Also, the standard placement of the nameplate is directly opposite the buckle hardware, visible on the the side of your dog's neck - as shown in the images. However, if you would like a different placement just let us know - we can attach it wherever you like!

THE LEATHER

The vegetable-tanned leather has been selected for its strength and beauty - as it ages it will soften and develop a unique, natural patina, whilst remaining extremely strong to withstand harsh and demanding conditions. It has been dyed all the way through with non-toxic water dyes.

The edges of the leather collar have been rounded, smoothed and sealed by hand for your dog's comfort.

THE HARDWARE

Quality and strength is our number one priority when selecting the hardware for our leather dog collars. All of our brass hardware is made by specialist manufacturers in the UK. Cast from solid brass means the hardware on our products remain rust-free for life. All hardware is kept securely in place with strong solid brass rivets.

The leather has been paired with a full brass buckle to allow the collar size to be adjusted for your dog's requirements.

Your dog's details will be clearly seen on the solid brass/stainless steel nameplate, a clever alternative to a traditional dog tag. Hand-stamped on two lines with 3mm letters and numbers.

CARE & CONSIDERATIONS

With appropriate care, this leather collar should last your dog many years.

As our collars are entirely handmade by us, marks from the tooling process and minor inconsistencies in the stamping will occur. Neither will detract from the quality and beauty of the collar, in fact we think this adds to the charm of choosing a handmade, unique product rather than something that has been mass-produced.

LEATHER

Leather is a natural material and it can display natural marking and colour variations. Over time, the leather will soften with the oils from your dog's coat, developing a natural patina. With a bit of love and care, leather ages gracefully! Give it the occasional clean and recondition with leather dressing, and it will reward you with many years of service. Avoid getting it saturated with water as this can cause the leather to become brittle. For dogs that love to swim, we recommend keeping a secondary, nylon collar for water-based outings. If your leather dog collar does get wet, allow it to dry naturally and then recondition with a good quality leather dressing.

BRASS

Brass will naturally dull and tarnish over time. You can leave it to develop a beautiful, natural patina or you can bring yours back to a beautiful sheen by polishing with brass cleaner.

SUITABILITY

Martingale collars must only be used when your dog is being supervised. They are traditionally used for dogs that slip out of regular collars, as the chain tightens up behind the ears when a dog is pulling on the lead. The tightness of the collar is limited by the two dee rings, and it is very important to size the collar so that at its tightest it is firm but not choking the dog. If you do not have experience with a martingale collar we recommend you consult a dog trainer or consider our traditional collars.

Any dog collar, regardless of material, should be periodically checked and well maintained, ensuring that it remains strong, safe and fit for purpose.

Product Dimensions
3/4" & 1" wide collars: Leather 2.8-3mm thick, nameplate 70x16mm

Sizing Instructions

DOG - HOW TO MEASURE YOUR DOG'S NECK

LENGTH

Using a soft tape measure, record the circumference of the neck at the point where a collar would naturally lie. Pull the tape so that it is snug but not tight. Enter this measurement in the personalisation text box when prompted. This measurement will be the middle hole of the collar, we will add another two holes either side at 3/4" intervals. If your dog is a puppy, please let us know and we will make an allowance for growth when sizing the holes for the collar.

Please feel free to give us a range (up to 12cm, i.e. 38-50cm) so that we can make sure there are enough holes to suit your dog's growth. We can be very flexible with the number of holes provided in the collar.

WIDTH

This is personal preference, but as a guide choose 1/2" for tiny dogs, 3/4" for small dogs, 1" for medium dogs and 1 1/4" or 1 1/2" for large dogs.

CAT - HOW TO MEASURE YOUR CAT'S NECK

LENGTH

Using a soft tape measure, record the circumference of the neck at the point where a collar would naturally lie. Pull the tape so that it is snug but not tight. Enter this measurement in the personalisation text box when prompted. 

Care Instructions

LEATHER

Leather is a natural material and it can display natural marking and colour variations. Over time, the leather will soften with the oils from your dog's coat, developing a natural patina. With a bit of love and care, leather ages gracefully! Give it the occasional clean and recondition with leather dressing, and it will reward you with many years of service. Avoid getting it saturated with water as this can cause the leather to become brittle. For dogs that love to swim, we recommend keeping a secondary, nylon collar for water-based outings. If your leather dog collar does get wet, allow it to dry naturally and then recondition with a good quality leather dressing.

We recommend using our leather balm regularly.

BRASS

Brass will naturally dull and tarnish over time. You can leave it to develop a beautiful, natural patina or you can bring yours back to a beautiful sheen by polishing with brass cleaner.


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