Limited Edition Hand-painted Code Belt - Ryze Project

Limited Edition Hand-painted Code Belt

Pendular Pocket

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Handcrafted in Berlin by Pendular Pocket, a design studio focused on artisanal leather accessory production. The Code Belt was designed and made exclusively for Ryze Project in a limited edition production of 10 pieces. It is specially hand-drawn and painted in an artisanal fashion, making each belt one of a kind. The black geometric shapes and forms were inspired by the art and architecture of Berlin, with the art-lover in mind. Product may vary slightly from the image shown. Includes canvas dust bag for storage.


        • Material: Neutral Spanish leather with black paint (drawing may vary slightly from image)
        • Natural leather is not dyed or treated with any chemicals and will patina over time.
        • Unisex sizes: S/M for Women (35.5 inch length), L/XL for Men (39.3 inch length)
        • Hand-sewn finish
        • Nickel hardware and belt buckle
        • Handmade in Berlin, Germany
      • Treat belt with a cleaning cream, such as Tarrago Leather care balm at least once a month to keep clean and nourished. Apply a drop size on a clean cotton clothe and evenly distribute in gentle circular motions on the belt. Apply thoroughly throughout for even
        Natural leather will patina (darken) over time.




Pascale met Cristina of Pendular Pocket while shopping for her bridal gown. Cristina and Pascale instantly connected and when it came to light that Cristina makes this beautiful line of handmade bags, there was no question that we’d be working with her. Starting her bag designs in 2003, Cristina always saw bags as more than bags, which inspires her conceptual approach to the designs. Feeling that her real expertise is in craftsmanship, Cristina spends a good deal of time and effort with every single piece she makes. The hard work is apparent in her final products and she says that she takes a great deal of enjoyment from immersing herself in what she does. We’re happy to say that when we carry her bags, we enjoy ourselves as well. In 2015, Cristina moved from Spain to Berlin, Germany where she is learning German and getting daily inspiration for her collection.

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