Let us introduce you the creator of the wooden bag, Charalampos…

… who is from Serres but now a permanent resident of Orestiada. Since he has big love and long experience in the art of wood, standing out for the diversity of his creations, along with his wife’s, Rena, experience in fashion trends, the idea of something so special was born!!! It is a challenge to create bags, one of the most important women’s accessories, from a piece of wood and leather.

Let us introduce you the creator of the wooden bag, Charalampos…

… who is from Serres but now a permanent resident of Orestiada. Since he has big love and long experience in the art of wood, standing out for the diversity of his creations, along with his wife’s, Rena, experience in fashion trends, the idea of something so special was born!!! It is a challenge to create bags, one of the most important women’s accessories, from a piece of wood and leather.

Our main concern for the creation of a handmade bag is to choose pieces of wood of high quality, with the best leather exclusively from Greek companies so that the final result can exceed all expectations of the handmade and satisfy even our most demanding clients.

It is a bet for us to always offer something special and impressive on fashion changes, constantly developing different designs and combining various innovative materials.

A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE WOOD WE USE

All the types of wood we have chosen for the creation of bags are the most appropriate both for their durability and the exterior beauty attributed to the final result.

Oak wood is relatively hard wood, durable, in yellow-brown colour with stunning exterior appearance with straight or curved rings.

Walnut is relatively durable and hard wood, in black – brown and dark – brown shades with lively curved rings.

Iroko is tropical wood, extremely durable and in a beautiful golden-yellow colour in its natural appearance.

Oak wood is relatively hard wood, durable, in yellow-brown colour with stunning exterior appearance with straight or curved rings.

Walnut is relatively durable and hard wood, in black – brown and dark – brown shades with lively curved rings.

Iroko is tropical wood, extremely durable and in a beautiful golden-yellow colour in its natural appearance.

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