Celtic Dara Cuff

Celtic Dara Cuff

Regular price $109.99 Sale

Born from the Celtic knot symbolism "Dara" - meaning oak tree - our Ethos master designers have crafted another stunning cuff using a tobacco distressed oil tanned base. Next slightly thinner, hand-tooled and stained Dara-knot vignettes are featured upon an olive-green, glove-tanned buffalo, then finished with subtle brown stitches and distressed antique copper studs. Supple glove-tanned buffalo ensures maximum wearer comfort.

SIZING (please provide size needed when ordering)

Cuffs come in two different widths: 2 inch or 2 3/8 inch (your choice)

extra small - fits 5 - 6" wrist

small - fits 5-1/2 - 6-1/2" wrist

medium - fits 6 - 7" wrist

large - fits 6-1/2 - 7-1/2" wrist

extra large - fits 7 - 8" wrist


The photo listed represents a near-exact replica; however, due to lighting, dye, tanning and distressing process variances, the actual products ordered may vary slightly.


Since each item is a custom made-to-order product, please allow 5-10 business days for this item to be shipped from Ethōs Custom Brands. Occasionally items may be in stock, or we may be able to produce your order faster. If you need an item quickly, please don’t hesitate to ask and we will do our best to meet your need for a faster turnaround. Please contact us regarding rush fees.


*INTERNATIONAL ORDERS - Import duties, taxes, and customs charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. When customs clearance procedures are required, it can cause delays beyond our original delivery estimates. First Class Mail is used when shipping cuffs.  Arrival time for cuffs will take 10 to 20 days once shipped. There will be no tracking number available for first class shipments. If you prefer priority shipping, let us know and we will check on shipping costs for you. Priority shipping will allow the cuff to arrive within 6 to 10 days and will have tracking information.


Due to the design and nature of the leathers used in the Dara Knot tooling, the "leaf" sections of the knot will naturally turn up over time and under normal wear conditions. This is normal and considered as part of the designed wear, aging and patina of the Dara Knot.

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