Patina Wellington Slippers RODGERS


Patina Leather Slippers

  • Luxurious purple patina slippers produced by hand from the finest quality crust leather
  • This model has been finished with a deep patina shine using two different patina styles
  • The main body of the slipper has a marbled patina whilst the “mask” is finished with our papiro patina to give it a “criss-cross” brushing effect
  • Whilst this patina slipper is already fabulous, we would remind you that you can custom design your own pair of patina slippers on our custom design tool
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  • Materials: purple crust patina
  • Lining: wine calf leather
  • Sole: red slipper leather sole

Lead Time

How long will my order take to be produced?

  • The usual production time is about 3-5 weeks. Please remember that you are purchasing a made-to-order item, that is to say, your item is not produced in advance, every part of it will be hand-crafted, exclusively for you, after submitting your order.
  • Also, please bear in mind that some customizations and artisan methods (i.e Patina Finishing) are more time consuming than others.
  • This method of production is the most efficient business model and we pass this efficiency onto you with our highly competitive pricing structure.
  • It also enables us to offer you such a vast array of product designs on top of any custom designs that you might create!

About Patinas

What is Patina Leather?

  • Our Patina leathers are achieved through a range of techniques for colouring, bleaching and darkening the leather.
  • This is an entirely handmade process using various polishes, dyes, waxes and oils. Each of our patina creations, be it a pair of shoes, boots, trainers or a belt, are the result of this labour intensive manual process.
  • For this reason there may be slight variations from one product to the next – this is to be embraced as these variations are a part of what gives a patina leather product its unique depth of character and soul.
  • Patina finishing is also known as antiquing and it does indeed give a product a “lived-in” appearance.
  • On our customisation Workbench you may alter the intensity of each patina finish – the more intense the patina, the greater the contrast.