leatherware

leath·er·ware

 (lĕth′ər-wâr′)
n.
Goods made of leather.
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By modernizing the fan and making it more relevant, you capture another market,' he said, showing one of his newest products, a small clutch with a built-in fan that he did for Fino Leatherware.
No trip to Istanbul would be complete without shopping for bargains, whether you're on the hunt for spices, nuts and sweets or leatherware, slippers and jewellery.
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In addition to its usual attractions, there will be a traditional market and handicraft demonstrations of leatherware, glassware and knife production.
Running alongside the festivities, a traditional market and handicraft demonstrations of leatherware, glassware and knife production will be set up.
Erin and Jane have joined a cluster group through NZTE consisting of other pet businesses with export potential, and are tapping into 'New Zealand Made' resources (the leatherware is made in New Zealand).
It has been used in wipes for computers, electronics, leatherware and china and as an absorbent cleaning wipe for the kitchen or bathroom.
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You'll find everything from horse feed, leatherware and bits from Jeffries, Caldene and Shires, to a full range of Thermatex rugs in an amazing colour range.
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But if you're willing to barter there are fantastic bargains, from beautiful jewellery and wrought iron lamps to ceramics and leatherware.
The Spice Bazaar, Grand Bazaar, shops and stalls offer everything from dried fruit, herbs, nuts and sweets to carpets, lamps, slippers, replica Iznik tiles, leatherware and jewellery.