Secrid has created a collection of wallets inspired by Dutch masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. In his largest and most famous painting, Rembrandt masterfully uses chiaroscuro, the contrast between light and dark, to focus on particular details. The nickname Night Watch originates in the 18th century, when the painting was thought to represent a nocturnal scene. The dark tones and light details of the Night Watch make this wallet subtle and spectacular at the same time.
Wallets have a lot to endure. Therefore, Secrid always test every new items and develop on quality and durability. After elaborate testing Secrid can confirm that the print retains its appeal and does not bleed colour during use.
Supple Italian calf leather serves as the base for the Art collection. The art works have been printed on the leather in exquisite detail. Showing the smallest details such as the cracks in the paint. An engraving on the inside of the wallet tells of the paintings and in which museum it can be found.
The cradle to gate production of this wallet, packaging included, has the following footprint in terms of greenhouse gas emissions, water usage and energy usage. Visit our sustainability (in English) to find out how we take care about the planet.
1,34 kg CO2-eq