First Look: Dunhill's Belgrave Blue collection

May 09, 2014

Elegant and discreet, the Belgrave Blue addition to the Alfred Dunhill leather family offers a luxurious combination of a mini Franzini pattern onto a beautiful, supple and full grain Italian calf hide. The midnight blue option has a bright contrasting British mustard grosgrain lining. 

The collection is named after Belgrave Square, a historic part of London's West End and prestigious area since its construction in the 1820's, previous residents have included British Dukes, Lords and Barons, and even Queen Victoria.

Clean and meticulously crafted, Belgrave Blue arrives in varying shapes and sizes that are both compact and functional; including a 10cc zip around coat wallet, 8 cc and 6cc billfold wallet, 4cc billfold, coin purse, card case and 7-hook key case.
Belgrave Blue will be available on beginning May 9th. Please let me know if you'd like hi res images or additional information.

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