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The Folded Iphone Carry

Apogee Handmade is a design company founded on the desire to handcraft unique, hard-wearing, and understated accessories. We love their beautiful, minimal iPhone cover, hand-cut from a single piece of waxy, stone-oiled leather, the Folded iPhone Carry is completely stitchless, and held together via a series of folds and tucks.

Available for the iPhone 4S or iPhone 5.




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