ISABELLA

$211
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DESCRIPTION
Isabella has a soft and delicate touch. She is elegant with a heritage frill that nods to the feminine lace gloves of the 50's. Updated with an embroidered Kalmus flower and touch-tech. Use her as a styling touch and let her add an air of sophistication to your everyday look on the mildly cold days.

FEATURES 
:: Designed in our atelier in the 1950's, updated in 2019
:: Embroidered Kalmus flower
:: Touch-technology for mobile phone use
:: Water repellent 3M nano-technology 

MATERIAL & CUT
:: The finest and most exquisite lamb leather, offering a butter-soft touch with an astonishing world-class strength.
:: Cool, soft silky lining
:: Table-cut by hand as per centuries of glove-cutting tradition
:: Designed, crafted and developed on more than 200 years of experience
:: Composition: 100% lamb leather. Lining: 100% silk
:: Please note: The touch technology in the gloves might fade with time depending on usage

    STITCH
    Sewn with Half Piqué, which is the most delicate sewing technique – only mastered by few seamstresses in the world. The results? A sophisticated finish with a perfectly elegant feel, wrapping tightly around your fingers.

    HOW TO PUT ON YOUR GLOVES
    Gently pull the side seams. Do not pull the frill. See the full guide here.


    CARE & REPAIR


    FIT & SIZING 

    Gloves can be your lifelong companion. So choose carefully, find your perfect pair and they will protect you and keep you in style - just like a good pair of jeans. LEARN HOW. 

    TREATMENT & DAILY CARE 
    With the proper care and wear, a pair of RHANDERS gloves can last a lifetime, and because we believe in crafting classic hero pieces - they will keep you in fashion for just as long. LET US GUIDE YOU in caring for them. 

    REPAIR 
    We believe in repairing instead of replacing. Some call it sustainability. We call it CARE AND REPAIR

    LEATHER & COLOUR 
    The foundation of our craft is the materials we work with. 
    READ MORE about the perfect flaws of natural materials and how to make them last many seasons.

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