ETA Handcrafted Cork Vegan Card Holder | Natural
Sleek, chic, simple, and structured sums up the Cash wallet from Murmali. Crafted in Portugal from the finest black cork fabric, this compact piece features four card slots and a handy zipper pocket.
On the outside, this bag features our discreet Murmali logo engraved by laser on the front.
Outer material: 100% Cork Fabric
Metal hardware: Gold plated solid brass
Ethically handcrafted in Portugal
Made of 100% cruelty-free materials
PETA Vegan Approved
+ Size & Details
Size: 8.5 (H) x 13.5 (L) cm
One zipper main pocket
One large back pocket
Four credit card back pockets
Laser engraved logo
Hand painted edges
One tree is planted for every card case you buy
All our products are shipped in 100% Recyclable sustainable packaging. We want to contribute actively to the progress towards a circular economy.
Cork is waterproof and doesn’t absorb dust, based on the fact that it is hypoallergenic. However, when used on a regular basis, lighter cork textiles might occasionally need to be cleaned.
To clean the cork just use some water, and a cloth and gently wipe the surface of the material. To remove dirt and condition after cleaning, apply evenly with a clean, soft cloth using circular strokes.
Murmali cork fabric is a natural, 100% biodegradable material. The way cork fabric is processed allows the material to retain all the other qualities that “raw” cork is known for: Water resistant, incredibly lightweight, soft to the touch, stain and abrasion resistant, hypoallergenic.
Cork fabric is obtained directly from the outer bark of the cork oak, which grows predominantly in the Mediterranean Sea. This remarkable tree has a bark whose properties and regeneration are unique throughout the plant kingdom. Cork oak tree can live about 180 years old, meaning that each tree allows about 17 to 20 cork bark collections. After the harvesting, the tree regenerates, allowing cork to be harvested again after nine years. Bark harvesting has taken place for centuries in the same way, manually, without the need for environmentally damaging mechanization.
All Murmali bags are produced in a small village in the South of Portugal, near by the cork trees forests where they source the materials for their cork fabric. In their workshop, all the handbags are fashioned entirely by hand with the utmost finesse. Murmali team are proud of the combination of their craftsmanship expertise with the natural environment in which our workshop is located. This results in care of attention to detail, a footprint which is embedded to the bags.