Leather Tooling

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Leather Belt made for Ailanthus by Grix in progress.

The embellishment of leather goods via cutting, stamping, and tooling date back into antiquity, and though these techniques have been simplified by modern tools and automation, the medieval leatherworker's craft has changed little in the intervening centuries. Common tools used are rawhide mallets, veg tanned leather, and Swivel knives.