Leather Catchalls and Trays(37 items)
Welcome to the Leather Catchalls and Tray Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Leather Catchalls and Trays
New home gift
Son and family is from French heritage, this was a perfect gift. Quality of work was amazing. They use the the gift and have it on display.
I bought this for my husband for a christmas gift and he just loves it!! It is just as shown in the picture and the craftsmanship is excellent! Thank you!!
Love this Tray!!!
I am more than pleased with the beautiful Bramblebush catchall tray. It is exactly as described, a gorgeous color and design. This is not my first purchase from Novica and will definitely not be my last!!
Johnny Jimenez Handcrafted leather home decor
"When my dad ran the workshop, we specialized in Colonial motifs. I prefer Inca motifs. I studied Business Administration, but the truth is, I much prefer doing this."
Popular Leather Catchalls and Trays
Leather Catchall in Honey Brown Artisan Crafted in Peru, "Floral Star"$39.95
Blossoming in a tattooed illusion, a floral star captures the imagination of Johnny Jimenez. He tools the motif by hand on quality Peruvian leather, which he transforms into a catchall by tying the straps on the corners. Jimenez finishes his design with walnut stain and lacquer.
Artisan Crafted Leather Square Catchall from the Andes, "Brown Lasso Window"$39.95
Corral keys, wallets, and coins on a desk or entryway with this hand-tooled leather catchall. Designed by Johnny Jimenez, it features a lasso motif inspired by the cowboys —— who live and work in Peru's Andean highlands.
Rectangular Hand Crafted Leather Brown Floral Catchall, "Sunflower Garland"$57.99
A honey-hued sunflower casts a spell of elegant enchantment in a design by Johnny Jimenez. He tools the leather catchall by hand with admirable detail, and finishes it with walnut stain and lacquer. Leather straps shape the rectangular bowl as they tie.
Leather Catchall in Caramel Brown Artisan Crafted in Peru, "Caramel Pyramid Tattoo"$39.99
Blossoming in a tattooed illusion, a floral star captures the imagination of Johnny Jimenez. He tools the motif by hand on quality Peruvian leather, which he transforms into a catchall by tying the straps on the corners. Jimenez finishes the catchall with walnut stain and lacquer.