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Tool / Knife Roll, Waxed Leather
Tool / Knife Roll, Waxed Leather
Tool / Knife Roll, Waxed Leather
Tool / Knife Roll, Waxed Leather
Tool / Knife Roll, Waxed Leather

Tool / Knife Roll, Waxed Leather



This beautifully simple leather roll is ideal for tools (classic car owners), knives (chefs) or brushes (artists). The body of the bag is made in our robust yet supple waxed leather and the strap is saddle leather with a solid brass buckle.

The interior features 15 pockets and a flap to cover the contents. The roll is unlined so the reverse side of the leather is visible. 

Available in Dark Brown leather.


  • Waxed leather body.
  • 3mm British saddle leather trim.
  • CHERCHBI and BRITISH MADE blind emboss.
  • Delivered in an unbleached cotton dustbag.


15 pockets [16cm high, varying widths] with top flap to cover and protect the contents.


W25.5"/65cm x H13.5"/34cm 0.5 kg weight


The body of this item is a supple vegetable tanned leather which has been Hot Drum Stuffed, a process dating from the 19th Century. After tanning the damp hides are barrelled in a large heated drum into which a blend of molten waxes and oils are added. Although time consuming the result is a soft yet robust leather with incredible touch and depth of colour. The trim is British saddle leather.

All CHERCHBI leathers are developed for us with the help of Joseph Clayton of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, who have been tanning leather since 1840. Our leathers originate from Northern Irish cow hide and are pit-tanned using vegetable tannins. This is an ancient process, essentially unchanged for thousands of years. Leather is a natural raw material with many great qualities, not least the individual marks, colour, lines and creases. These little inconsistencies differentiate each hide and make each leather item unique.

Care – When cared for properly the best leathers will last a lifetime. Rather than cleaning we recommend feeding and rejuvenating. Seek out natural treatments, many varieties are available containing natural extracts, oils and waxes, such as beeswax. Leather is porous, it is therefore preferable to apply the treatment and leave for a short time to absorb fully. If the item becomes wet, reshape it (stuffing with newspaper works well and absorbs excess moisture) and allow to dry naturally, away from direct heat.